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could the marlins stay in south florida after the bill denied ?


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No, it just means that they will not be getting money from the state to aid in the project. At least not this year. Next year, state funding could be much easier to get because the leaders in the senate and house would both be marlins supporters.

 

Now the team and local officials will begin negotiations and try to get the deal done in Hialeah. Everything sounds as if it is going pretty well, but you never know until construction starts.

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