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February 13, 2013 12:01 AM

Miami-Dade County may require NFL to commit to a Super Bowl before agreeing to stadium fix-up money

Mayor Carlos Gimenez and the Dolphins have agreed to a countywide vote on using tax dollars to renovate Sun Life. But he may hold back funds if the NFL snubs South Florida.

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