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Miami Shows New Stadium Doesn't Always Yield Results
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The stadium’s public-funding plan led to a protracted lawsuit after it was determined Miami-Dade County would be strapped with $2.4 million in debt. The funding plan led to the exodus of several local politicians and eventually included an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to moving into Marlins Park, the Marlins played their home games at Sun Life Stadium, formerly Joe Robbie Stadium, home of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.
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Miami Shows New Stadium Doesn't Always Yield Results2016-05-02 16:08:31
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