MVC Application variable

I want to read text from TSQL and put it all over the place.  It is a legal disclaimer and it will be that same for every guest of a given role.  There are 3 roles and three disclaimers.  
I can put the text in a application variable in the Global.aspx file.  But I do not know how to access it in the various cshtml pages.

These seems to work.
protected void Application_BeginRequest(Object sender, EventArgs e)
            Application["GlobalVar"] = "GlobalValue"; // Add here global variable

But code like this in the controller says "Application" is undefined.  How can I access it?
 Response.Write("This is global variable " + Application["GlobalVar"]);
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Gary DavisDir Internet SvcsCommented:
Try HttpContext.Current.Application["GlobalVar"].

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wilfordrocksAuthor Commented:
Thank you gardavis for the syntax.  This is the entire code for any one interested is ->

 protected void Application_BeginRequest(Object sender, EventArgs e)
            System.Text.StringBuilder sb = new System.Text.StringBuilder();
             sb.Append(" <li><b>This is our legal Disclaimer.</b></li>");
             sb.Append(" <li>Blaa blaa blaa</li>");
             sb.Append(" <li>Blaa blass blassk</li>");
            Application["LegalDisclaimer"] = sb.ToString(); // Add here global variable

   public ActionResult Index()
            //example of controller use
            var legalText = HttpContext.Application["LegalDisclaimer"];
            return View();
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