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Do the Buffalo Bills have an obligation to make their games more accessible?

The Buffalo Bills shocked their season ticket holders with news of how much a personal seat license (PSL) will cost for the Bills' new stadium.

That stadium is set to open for the 2026 season. The Bills wants fans to pay from $15000 to $50000 for a PSL. That has sparked a lot of anger, including from Governor Kathy Hochul.

But do the Bills have an obligation to make their games more accessible? Or is the Pegulas' right to price most fans out?

Our guests discuss it:

Evan Dawson is the host of "Connections with Evan Dawson." He joined WXXI in January 2014 after working at 13WHAM-TV, where he served as morning news anchor. He was hired as a reporter for 13WHAM-TV in 2003 before being promoted to anchor in 2007.
Megan Mack is the executive producer of "Connections with Evan Dawson" and live/televised engagement programming.