New details about Boston's bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics are being revealed.
Boston 2024, the private group that's developing the city's proposal, plans to unveil the much-anticipated "Version 2.0" of its proposal Monday morning at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
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The release follows months of fierce debate and persistent questions about how much it would cost taxpayers if the games go over budget.
It also comes the day before Boston organizers head to San Francisco for a meeting of the U.S. Olympic Committee's board of directors.
Olympics organizers are trying to regroup after facing a string of setbacks and controversies.
The USOC, in a surprise move, picked Boston to be the nation's representative in an international competition that so far includes Paris, Budapest, Hamburg, and likely Rome.