Gov. Mark Dayton and two GOP lawmakers have sent a letter to the owners of the Minnesota Vikings asking for more information about financing for construction of a proposed new stadium.
The letter calls on the team to address outstanding issues in the three-way deal between the state, the team and Ramsey County.
State Sen. Julie Rosen and Rep. Morrie Lanning co-signed the letter with Dayton, saying the Vikings still need to lay out a plan to pay for more than $130 million in additional road improvements without increasing the state's $300 million contribution.
They also want more details on what's in the deal for the state if the stadium gets built.
The letter says state officials won't put the matter to the Legislature until the Vikings resolve those questions. The letter follows a closed-door meeting with the team and state officials earlier this week.
The Vikings and Ramsey County officials have reached a tentative $757 million deal to build an NFL venue in Arden Hills.
The Legislature adjourned without taking action on the plan, but could still act on it during a special session.