Miami Dolphins Bill Would Bring State Money to Aging Stadiums

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Wed January 16, 2013

Miami Dolphins Bill Would Bring State Money to Aging Stadiums

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A bill drafted by the Miami Dolphins would give Florida sports teams $3 million a year in state money to improve older stadiums, provided the owner pays for at least half the cost of a major renovation. Under the law, the stadium would need to be 20 years old and the team willing to put in at least $125 million for a $250 million renovation.
Sun Life Stadium A measure at the center of the $400 million renovation plan would create a new subsidy for stadium work as long as the team paid at least half the cost.
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