Dolphins May Concede State Dollars in Stadium Fight

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Dolphins May Concede State Dollars in Stadium Fight

The Miami Dolphins may drop their fight for state dollars to renovate Sun Life Stadium in a last-minute bid to win legislative approval to use Miami-Dade hotel taxes for the project. While the Dolphins succeeded in getting their bill passed by the Senate this week, team executives believe revisions to the bill would disqualify stadium projects from state dollars if the work begins before 2014, according to two sources close to the Dolphins. The Dolphins have promised to start the $350 million Sun Life project this year in order to be ready for the 50th Super Bowl in 2016, provided Miami-Dade voters approve a May 14 referendum that would authorize both the hotel-tax increase and the new state money. Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/05/01/3374784/dolphins-may-concede-state-dollars.html#storylink=cpy

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