Gov. Mark Dayton has nine Vikings stadium proposals before him.
Two plans came from Minneapolis, one from Ramsey County, another from Shakopee and a five others were submitted.
With the legislative session less than two weeks away, lawmakers must decide which, if any, proposal moves forward.
State Sen. Julie Rosen, R-Fairmont is on the legislative working group meeting with the Governor's office focused on whether to build a new Vikings Stadium. Rosen speaks with Minnesota Public Radio.
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