BY JACK DOLAN AND CHARLES [email protected] The proposal to build a new baseball stadium for the Florida Marlins has hit yet another snag -- this time it's about race.County Attorney Robert Cuevas reportedly told commissioners on Friday that he cannot approve the stadium deal, or allow it to come up for a vote, because the Marlins signed a compact promising 15 percent of the construction work to black-owned businesses.The county phased out its practice of awarding contracts based on race after a federal court ruled it unconstitutional in the late 1990s. Since a Marlins stadium would be funded in large measure with public money, the county's concern is that the rules apply to the stadium contracts.The Marlins signed the deal with the local chapter of the National Association...

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