This year’s session of the Minnesota Legislature is slated to end April 30.
And as usual, lawmakers have a number of bills to deal with before they can pack up their belongings and head home.
Among the legislation left to be dealt with is the financing plan for a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings.
Legislators are being urged by the team, the National Football League and supporters of a new stadium to approve the plan this session. Without a new stadium, backers say, the team could leave the state in the near future.
But, opposition to a public-financed stadium is strong among a number of groups.
Should state lawmakers make the stadium financing plan a priority to deal with this legislative session? Or, should they deal with other issues first?
Let your opinion be heard!