Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf says he remains hopeful that there will be a special legislative session in the fall to consider a stadium bill for the team.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf spoke with Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday, telling him that now is the time to discuss a new stadium since the outlines of a state budget deal are finally in place.
Two Minnesota lawmakers have introduced a bill to authorize casino-style gambling at the Canterbury Park horse-racing track and use tax proceeds to help pay for a new Vikings stadium.
A proposed new Vikings stadium north of St. Paul is getting a muted reaction from lawmakers whose approval will be needed to pass a stadium bill.
The long-awaited Minnesota Vikings Stadium Bill was officially introduced at the state legislature Monday.
A St. Paul pastor delivered the traditional opening prayer to the Minnesota Senate Monday, and included one topic that certainly caught some attention.
Two Minnesota lawmakers plan to introduce a bill next week with a plan for building a new Vikings stadium paid for in part with a state sales taxes on sports memorabilia and luxury boxes, plus stadium naming rights, a pro football player income tax surcharge and a lottery game.
The Minnesota Vikings believe they’re getting close to a final stadium bill to be presented to state lawmakers. Lawmakers are well past the midway point of their session.
It’s March 1 — do you know where your Vikings stadium bill is? That’s what some Minnesota lawmakers are asking.