Norman Braman today gets another day in court, as the Third District Court of Appeal allows oral arguments on the car dealer mogul’s bid to halt construction of a new baseball stadium for the Florida Marlins. The $609 million ballpark has been approved, but Braman has sued to prevent a $50 million bond issue being used for the project without a public vote.
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