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Hamilton County Says It Has No Intention Of Paying For Paul Brown Stadium Expenses

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 13 / 17

Hamilton County (OH) Commissioner Todd Portune on Monday said that the county has "no intention of fulfilling a provision in its lease" with the Bengals for Paul Brown Stadium to provide $2.67M in stadium expenses, according to Chris Wetterich of the CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER. The lease ...

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