Vikings Stadium May Hinge On Tax Bill
The chances that the Vikings stadium bill passes through the house and then the senate Monday could hinge on whether Governor Mark Dayton decides to veto or sign the republican tax bill. The tax bill passed through both the house and senate and is on the Governor's desk. The speaker of the house, Kurt Zellers indicated Thursday on the Dan Barreiro Show on Fan Radio Network that he and his fellow republicans would be more interested in supporting the Vikings Stadium if the Governor signs their tax bill. He is threatening the Governor without making a direct threat.
Zellers hasn't supported a Viking stadium bill yet nor has he come up with a Stadium plan. He claims to be a Viking fan but says the Stadium is not his top priority. Zellers says the Stadium is Dayton's #1 priority. The Vikings chances of staying in Minnesota hinge on two men as it appears, Dayton and Zellers. Who will win or will Minnesota Viking fans lose? We should find out on Monday.