Even as owners of the St. Louis Cardinals refine their proposal for Missouri taxpayers to help build a new stadium, opponents are attempting to organize against it. Team owners propose building a new $370-million stadium in downtown St. Louis. They say it would be more than a ballpark as it would be an economic development package for the city. But opponents have formed a group called “Coalition Against Public Funding for Stadiums.” They claim studies showing the positive economic impact of a new stadium are flawed. The coalition is holding public meetings to attract more people to its cause.