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Hamilton County may stiff Bengals on $2.67 million payment

With the national mood decidedly against using taxpayer money to pay for sports venues, the powers-that-be in Hamilton County, Ohio are considering the possibility of flexing some muscle as to cash supposedly owed to the Bengals. As explained by Amanda Seitz of WCPO.com, the lease between the team and the county requires the county to [more]
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