The latest Vikings stadium proposal cleared the Minnesota House late Monday night, and the $975 million plan for downtown Minneapolis now heads to the Senate.
We'll discuss the latest Vikings stadium news Tuesday on The Daily Circuit.
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"The stadium would cost $975 million to build, with the upfront costs divided among the state, the city of Minneapolis and the Vikings. The state's $398 million share would be financed by a change to the existing charitable gambling law that would allow electronic pull-tabs and bingo machines. Minneapolis, where the stadium will be built on the site of the Metrodome, will chip in $150 million -- paid for with existing sales and hospitality taxes. The Vikings share amounts to $427 million...
The House debate comes after an intense, eleventh-hour lobbying effort led by Dayton, the team, labor groups and fans that involved rallies at the Capitol and throughout the Twin Cities."
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