By TODD RICHMOND
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin state Assembly has approved a plan to spend more than half a billion dollars to help cover repairs at the Milwaukee Brewers’ stadium. The Brewers contend that American Family Field’s glass outfield doors, seats and concourses should be replaced, that the suites and scoreboard need upgrades, and that its signature retractable roof needs work. The Assembly voted Tuesday on a plan that calls for the state to contribute $411 million and the city of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County to contribute $135 million. The Brewers have said they’ll contribute $100 million and agree to stay in Milwaukee through 2050.