WASHINGTON - A plan that includes $150 million of bonds to build a professional soccer stadium in the District of Columbia could be presented to the District Council as early as tomorrow, sources said.

The bonds would be backed by excess tax revenues - expected to be about $20 million per year - collected from the Washington Nationals' ballpark tax, sources said.

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