Conference Committee presents final bill, Vikings to contribute $477 million, next step is to vote

The House and Senate Conference Committee has adjourned after coming together on a final bill for a new Vikings stadium. In the bill, the Vikings will contribute $477 million to the stadium while Minneapolis and the state will combine for $498 million. Before reaching the Governor's office the bill needs to pass through another House and Senate vote.
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The House and Senate Conference Committee has adjourned after coming together on a final bill for a new Vikings stadium. In the bill, the Vikings will contribute $477 million to the stadium while Minneapolis and the state will combine for $498 million. Before reaching the Governor's office the bill needs to pass through a House and Senate vote by 6:59 a.m. Thursday.

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