The Vikings clearly have mixed feelings in the wake of last night’s House passage of a long-awaited stadium bill.
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The Minnesota Vikings' stadium bill advanced through the House Commerce and Regulatory Reform Committee on a divided voice vote Monday night. The bill, revamped slightly, includes expanded gambling via electronic pull tabs and bingo at bars and restaurants, along with sports-themed betting "tip boards."
Monday could turn out to be one of the most important days in the history of the Minnesota Vikings. The stadium bill will be voted on in the House. If the vote passes the team will be one step closer to a new stadium. Lester Bagley, the Vikings' chief stadium lobbyist believes a 'yes' vote "is within striking distance."
The Minnesota House debated the Vikings stadium bill for more than eight hours before approving it Monday night. The Senate could take up the bill Tuesday. The final vote came after months of intense lobbying by Gov. Mark Dayton and the team, and produced a relatively easy 73-58 approval in the House.
A.J. Mansour of KFAN reports the Vikings, the State of Minnesota and the City of Minneapolis are reportedly close to a deal on a Vikings stadium bill. An agreement is expected to be announced during a press conference at 9:00 a.m. The new stadium site would be located near the Metrodome. The Vikings would be able to play the next two to three seasons at the Dome.
The House Ways and Means Committee advanced the $975 million stadium proposal without recommendation Monday night. A Senate committee is expected to hear a similar bill Tuesday. It could come up for a vote on the floor in both chambers by Friday.
Usually Vikings punter Cris Kluwe has plenty to say -- about everything. But he won’t rip the Minnesota Legislature for scuttling the latest Vikings stadium bill. Instead, he tweeted today that if you don’t like it, vote your lawmakers out of office. He says that’s how “democracy works.”
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