The Miami Marlins Are The Epitome Of Corporate Sports Cronyism

From ThinkProgress Wed Nov 14 2012, 10:32:53

On July 1, 2009, Major League Baseball's Florida Marlins were cruising toward a second-place finish in the National League's East division. The same day, county commissioners in Miami-Dade County finally approved a package that would give the team public funding for a new stadium -- $409 million in public bonds, to be precise -- ending [...]

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