Some Minnesota lawmakers who say they're opposed to using taxpayer money to pay for a Vikings stadium say they'll let the team leave before they change their minds.
"I would be making the Vikings leave," Republican Dave Thompson says in a report from CBS Sports. "It would be the ownership of the Vikings making the decision to leave ..."
The debate continues over several proposals that would expand state-sanctioned gambling and use the new revenue to build the stadium. "Gambling in Minnesota -- like it or not -- is here to stay," Republican Sen. Al DeKruif says in a report from Minnesota Public Radio. But fellow Republican Sen. Warren Limmer says gambling is a "tax on either the desperate or the mathematically impaired."