Tue 8 May 2012
The Minnesota State Senate followed the State House lead and passed a bill on Tuesday by a vote of 38-to-28 in favor of a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings. The senate bill differs from the House bill in that it attaches some user fees with some monies directed to other pet projects. The two governmental bodies will now form a conference committee to hash out a final bill that will be presented to Governor Mark Dayton for his signature. Dayton has been a backer of the stadium and is expected to sign the final legislation.
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