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Dolphins Reach Deal With Miami-Dade County For Sun Life Stadium Renovations
Published April 9, 2013
NOT SO FAST: The South Florida SUN-SENTINEL notes the Dolphins are “still a long way from gaining public funding for the stadium project.” Bills are under consideration in “both branches of the Florida Legislature to provide the revenue, pending approval in the public referendum.” But if legislators “don’t pass the bills, the referendum will be moot.” And although the bills “cleared two key committees last week, there is opposition in Tallahassee, including from members of the Miami-Dade delegation” (South Florida SUN-SENTINEL, 4/9).