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Bengals News (7/11): Hamilton County redacts all details regarding revised stadium lease

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The details regarding how much the tax payers are actually dishing out for the revised stadium lease for the Cincinnati Bengals (as well as any other detail about the deal) aren’t being released to the public.

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