Prince George’s County could be the new home to the professional soccer team D.C. United, after team and county officials last week announced a plan to build a stadium projected to cost between $180 million and $195 million and be partially financed by bonds.

Maryland Sen. Anthony Muse and Delegate Melony Griffith introduced legislation, which will be considered by the Legislature in coming weeks, that will enable the Major League Soccer team to make the move to Maryland.

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