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Minnesota Vikings Agree to $975 Million NFL Stadium Project

The Minnesota Vikings and state and local government officials announced a legislative proposal to build a $975 million stadium for the National Football League team with taxpayers contributing about $736.7 million to construct and run the facility.

The club would pay about $754.1 million for its share of construction and operations at the publicly owned, fixed-roof building, which would replace the Metrodome in Minneapolis at the same site. Governor Mark Dayton urged the state legislature and Minneapolis City Council to approve the plan.