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L.A. Takes Next Step On '24 Games Bid, But Questions On Financing Remain

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The USOC yesterday named L.A. the U.S. candidate to host the '24 Games after the City Council unanimously approved a contract to proceed with a bid. All 15 council members expressed support, but they gave themselves -- or their successors in office -- plenty of chances to back out in the futur...

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