State likely to delay Vikes stadium vote
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings' chances for getting a decision this year from state lawmakers on financing for a new football stadium plummeted Wednesday, pushing resolution of the issue past the date when the team's current lease binding it to Minnesota runs out.
Gov. Mark Dayton emerged from a late afternoon meeting with legislative leaders to declare the stadium push in "limbo," complaining that leading lawmakers wouldn't get on board with his plan to call a special legislative ...
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