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City and state skyboxes should be used for the public's benefit

Thanks to The Sun for the revelations about the use of the state and city skyboxes ("FedEx Field skybox lets Lt. Gov. Brown entertain lobbyists, politicians," June 18).

It's difficult to disburse tickets to visiting dignitaries when they have already been distributed to family, friends, cronies and political high rollers in exchange for little or no benefit to the state or city.

Finton Cordell

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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