Unload Metrodome for $1? Lawmakers say it's an option worth considering

Two lawmakers are coming forward today (Friday) with what they say is an alternative Vikings stadium proposal. Roseville DFL Senator John Marty and Circle Pines Republican Representative Linda Runbeck are presenting the plan. Previously, Marti suggested the Vikings buy the Metrodome in Minneapolis for a dollar and the team can do with it what they want.
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Two lawmakers are coming forward today (Friday) with what they say is an alternative Vikings stadium proposal. Roseville DFL Senator John Marty and Circle Pines Republican Representative Linda Runbeck are presenting the plan. Previously, Marti suggested the Vikings buy the Metrodome in Minneapolis for a dollar and the team can do with it what they want.

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