Fabiola Santiago

October 21, 2014 7:09 PM

Fabiola Santiago: Voters were misled on SkyRise funding

If there was one unhappy lesson we should have learned from the Miami Marlins stadium deal it should have been that people who want public funding for their expensive private projects will say just about anything to get it.

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