The Cleveland Browns have rolled out an impressive proposal for $120 million of improvements to First Energy Stadium. But who will pay for it?

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The Cleveland Browns have rolled out an impressive proposal for $120 million of improvements to FirstEnergy Stadium.

But there's a gaping hole that leaves a big question -- What will the team pay for? What do they want the city and the taxpayers to pay for?

The proposal caught many by surprise. How will this affect plans for extending the sin tax?

What do the Indians and Cavs think?

President Barack Obama came to Democratic-friendly Cuyahoga County to spotlight Arcelor Mittal's role in American manufacturing.

While he discussed a healthier economy, he also addressed the problems with his health care plan sign-up rollout.

How did his message go over? Will Obamacare be the front and center issue in next year's state and Congressional races?

A new Democratic-leaning poll shows the Governor's race a toss-up. How credible is it?

Will Ed FitzGerald's message that Ohio's economic comeback is faltering conflict with the President's more optimistic view?

Cleveland's new Convention Center Hotel is on a fast track. Republicans have invited Cleveland to bid for the 2016 convention.

Will the city make a bid or bids for the big events?

Tom Beres discusses these questions with cleveland.com Columnist Mark Naymik and Politics Writer Henry Gomez on this edition of Between the Lines.

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