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Vikings fans have been chanting it all season long: A.P. for M.V.P. But on Saturday night, the chant became the truth.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed a pair of veteran free agents, cornerback Jacob Lacey and defensive end Lawrence Jackson.
Part Bart Simpson, Part “Porky’s.” You have to see these NFL Fans getting punked on Draft night.
Minnesota Vikings stadium finance plan, take two. At the request of Gov. Mark Dayton’s administration, the Legislature is temporarily rerouting money from a new cigarette tax and from a corporate tax to backfill a lagging stadium fund.
A new plan for paying off Minnesota Vikings stadium debate is about to surface at the state Capitol as the legislative session nears its conclusion. Leaders of a House-Senate committee crafting a wider-ranging tax bill alluded to the new proposal while trading offers on Wednesday.
Gov. Mark Dayton is proposing that lawmakers use new revenue from taxes on cigarettes and corporate income to shore up the state’s share of the new Minnesota Vikings stadium. Dayton’s revenue commissioner unveiled the latest proposal Thursday in the House-Senate tax conference committee.