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Los Angeles is right to slam the brakes on the World Cup

Los Angeles city leaders were absolutely correct to slam the brakes on bidding for soccer’s 2026 World Cup; the pressure to commit to a problematic host city agreement without enough time to thoroughly vet the outcomes was unacceptable. The demands by FIFA, the sport’s governing body, seemed to...
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