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Dayton intends to call special session in November for Vikings stadium

There are plenty of hurdles to go, but Gov. Mark Dayton has called for a special legislative session to begin Nov. 21 if a plan for a Vikings stadium is in place. Dayton says the session would end on Nov. 23, and says the discussion would be 'limited to a People's Stadium.'
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There are plenty of hurdles to go, but Gov. Mark Dayton has called for a special legislative session to begin Nov. 21 if a plan for a Vikings stadium is in place. Dayton says the session would end on Nov. 23, and says the discussion would be 'limited to a People's Stadium.'

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