BRADENTON, Fla. – Three National Football League teams in the Southeast recently ended years-long, hard-fought battles for public money to building or improving their stadiums.

The score was 2-to-1 in favor with the Miami Dolphins losing big last week when they failed to get any public funds their project, and forfeited $5 million the team paid for a local referendum that was called off in the midst of early voting.

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