Copeland strongly opposes Farmer's Market stadium site

Caring and Sharing Hands founder Mary Jo Copeland said in a letter to the Star Tribune Friday that a new Vikings stadium near the Farmer's Market in Minneapolis would force the 'closing' of the charity. A developer promoting the proposal did not respond.
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Caring and Sharing Hands founder Mary Jo Copeland said in a letter to the Star Tribune Friday that a new Vikings stadium near the Farmer's Market in Minneapolis would force the 'closing' of the charity. A developer promoting the proposal did not respond.

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