The Dolphins, who own their own stadium, want $400 million worth of upgrades. And they want Miami-Dade County taxes to foot the bill for half. The excuses are familiar—we want to host Super Bowls, we could move to Los Angeles instead—but the battleground is unique. South Florida residents were burned by a sweetheart deal for Marlins Park that their grandchildren will still be paying for.
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