With as many twists and turns that have occurred surrounding the Vikings stadium situation it should come as no surprise, nor should it be easily dismissed, that a bill proposing to legislature the all-but-dead Arden Hills location as the site was the first to be introduced.

All the momentum has, by all appearances, been behind the plan to keep the Vikings in Minneapolis by placing a stadium near the current site of the Metrodome.

Electronic pull tabs and bingo games pay the public portion of this proposal, according to the Daily Norseman,  and the entire bill can be read by clicking here.

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  1. Is it just me or is this whole stadium issue just weird? Arden Hills does make the most sense and I hope they build there and let the Indians put up a casino nearby to pay the states share. Should be a no brainer if it wasnt for politics and special interests.

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