By Tim KephartVideo ReportMIAMI (CBS4) ― The Florida Marlins long-sought new baseball stadium was supposed to have bonds issued to bankroll the $515 million construction this week. But, two potential problems have appeared, according to CBS4 news partner, the Miami Herald.One involves a bank letter of credit that forces the city and county commissioners to vote again on one part of the stadium puzzle. The other is a new citizen lawsuit against the deal that forced the county to head to court on Thursday. However, the judge says it will be at least a day, if not more, before a decision is made.The convergence of the two problems has led to the delay of the issuance of bonds for at least the next two weeks. County and city commissioners did not seem to be worried about the stadium deal,...

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