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The Colts' Response: Capital Improvement Board's (CIB) Bailout

The Indianapolis Colts have responded to the growing concerns about the Capital Improvement Board's (CIB) annual deficit. In their official statement, the Colts claim that a recent Indianapolis Star story is inaccurate in explaining what the Colts have contributed financially to the CIB and the cost of operating Lucas Oil Stadium.

This is no doubt a response to an Indiana Senate committee recently OK-ing a bill that would force the Colts to "pony up" $5 million to the CIB each year to help pay off the operating deficit; no small amount even for a professional sports team. Judging by the Colts.com article, the Colts aren't going to take this without a fight. The city envisions this one way, and the Colts another. This leads into my poll today:

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Stampede Blue's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Stampede Blue's writers or editors.

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