Minneapolis willing to contribute $300-million towards Vikings' stadium

As the Vikings continue to push for a new stadium in Arden Hills, the city of Minneapolis offered up new plans Tuesday. Mayor RT Rybak says Minneapolis can contribute $300-million towards a new stadium. Rybak also says the city can offer "all of the revenue options that are necessary for the Vikings"
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As the Vikings continue to push for a new stadium in Arden Hills, the city of Minneapolis offered up new plans Tuesday. Mayor RT Rybak says Minneapolis can contribute $300-million towards a new stadium. Rybak also says the city can offer "all of the revenue options that are necessary for the Vikings"

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