Mark Cuban Makes Donation To Help Dallas

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is donating $100-thousand to the City of Dallas,  as the city tries to close a major budget cap.

Mayor Tom Leppert says Cuban’s contribution is just one more reason why Dallas is one of the most generous cities he knows.  The city council is considering a tax increase to cover Dallas’ budget shortfall. Cuban and Mayor Leppert both oppose raising taxes.


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