Minnesota plans to sell $468 million of bonds on Jan. 27 to help finance a new stadium for the National Football League’s Vikings, said John Pollard, a spokesman at the state’s management and budget office.
The borrowing, initially scheduled for last week, was delayed because of a lawsuit filed by three Minneapolis residents on Jan. 10. The state’s top court threw out the challenge this week, and Minnesota released updated offering documents yesterday.
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