Rural lawmakers question stadium chances for Vikings
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota political leaders have a month to agree on a Vikings football stadium deal before chances of success diminish.
Regardless of the timing, rural lawmakers who in the past have cast key votes in favor of stadiums are pessimistic of its chances.
Even Rep. Tom Anzelc, an "unabashed, unqualified supporter," said a new football facility is a long shot.
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