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Hartman: Wilfs have several ties to California

Would the threat of the Vikings relocating be less if Glen Taylor owned the team? Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman believes that is the case. Hartman points out that the Wilfs have no real ties to Minnesota, but do have millions of dollars in real estate property in southern California.
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Would the threat of the Vikings relocating be less if Glen Taylor owned the team? Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman believes that is the case. Hartman points out that the Wilfs have no real ties to Minnesota, but do have millions of dollars in real estate property in southern California.

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