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The Texas Rangers' Ballpark Scam Is Even Worse Than We Thought

Back in June, WFAA-TV took a close look at the Texas Rangers’ proposal to build a new stadium in Arlington, which the city and team insist would be built with a 50-50 split of private and public money. WFAA-TV discovered an unprecedented clause in the proposal that proved the 50-50 promise to be horseshit, and now further investigating has revealed that the stadium deal is somehow even worse for taxpayers than previously thought.
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