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Dayton Would Support Vikings Stadium Referendum

Gov. Mark Dayton says he would support letting Ramsey County voters weigh in on a proposed sales tax increase for a new Vikings stadium. Stadium backers have been working on a plan that would not allow voters a say in building a Vikings stadium in Arden Hills.

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Wilf Still Hopeful For Special Session

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.

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Governor: Vikings Stadium Bill ‘Incomplete’

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says the new stadium plan presented this year by the Vikings and Ramsey County was "incomplete and unsatisfactory." Dayton's remarks came Wednesday at a news conference to discuss the state budget.

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Vikings Ready To Advance Stadium Plan

The Minnesota Vikings are ready to move forward with a stadium plan when lawmakers return for a special session to end the state government shutdown.

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Minnesota Vikings Still Working On Stadium Proposal

The Minnesota Vikings say they are still working on a proposal for a new stadium in Arden Hills. Vice president Lester Bagley says "a handful of issues" are still being discussed as they work to fine tune the proposal and get it ready for presentation to the Legislature.

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Vikings’ Lester Says They Are Making Progress For A Stadium

Minnesota Vikings' Vice President of Stadium Development Lester Bagley spoke today on the Fan Radio Network and says he feels the Vikings have made significant progress this week in their pursuit of a new stadium. Bagley says the deadline of today imposed by Governor Dayton was to make significant progress toward a stadium deal and he feels they've done that.

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Vikings Stadium Backers Meet, But No Breakthrough

Gov. Mark Dayton, the Minnesota Vikings owners and other key players in the push to build a new football stadium in Ramsey County met behind closed doors for 90 minutes but didn't resolve differences that have stalled progress.

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Ramsey County, Vikings Have Road Payment Plan

A lobbyist says the Minnesota Vikings and Ramsey County have a plan to pay for about half the $131 million cost in road improvements for a new stadium site in Arden Hills. Ramsey County lobbyist Nick Riley says the county could raise its share through grant money, toll lanes or a surcharge on car sales and the state would be asked to pay the other half of costs for commuter lanes.

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Vikings Stadium plans for Arden Hills
A cutaway of the Minnesota Vikings plans for a new retractable roof stadium in Arden Hills. (Minnesota Vikings photo)
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St. Paul Officials Oppose Ramsey-Vikings Stadium Plan

The proposal to build a new Minnesota Vikings stadium in Ramsey County is running into stiff opposition from elected officials in its largest city. Six of seven St. Paul City Council members oppose a proposed half-cent county sales tax to help fund construction of a stadium in Arden Hills.

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Lawmakers Float Racino Bill To Help Fund Stadium

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - 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

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