Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday downplayed the sluggish start of a statewide gambling initiative being counted on to help fund the new Minnesota Vikings stadium, saying doesn’t plan to redo the financing package during the upcoming legislative session.
The Minnesota Legislature will stick around into May to try to reach agreement on tax breaks, state-financed construction projects and a Minnesota Vikings stadium plan.
One of the Legislature’s most liberal Democrats and one of its most conservative Republicans are joining the Minnesota Vikings stadium fray with what they are calling an “alternative stadium plan.”
Gov. Mark Dayton is asking several of his agency leaders to help settle unresolved issues tied to the proposed Minnesota Vikings stadium in suburban Ramsey County.
Arden Hills has a deal with the Minnesota Vikings for a stadium, but what if it doesn’t get done this session or special session? That’s why some people are waiting in the weeds in downtown Minneapolis.
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