Stadium Tax Opponents Get Louder
Written by Scott Blake on March 21, 2013
By Scott Blake
While Miami Dolphins executives and Miami-Dade County officials are being tight-lipped about their negotiations on the Dolphins’ proposed stadium improvements, pockets of opposition are developing against using tax dollars for the $400 million project.
Using the previous and controversial publicly-funded Miami Marlins’ pro baseball stadium as fuel for their cause, a group calling itself "Stop the Stadium Madness!" is promising to mount "an opposition campaign" locally and in the state capital in Tallahassee against the Dolphins’ plan. To read the full article and the rest of the Miami Today issue, GO TO e-MIAMI TODAY, an exact replica of the printed edition.