Stadium talks help develop better pictureby Tom Crann, Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minn. — There's less than a month left before Gov. Mark Dayton's deadline to resolve the Minnesota Vikings stadium issue. A solid week of talks have helped to develop a better picture of how a deal might be reached. For now, however, it's stuck in a standoff that began in April.
Minnasota Public Radio reporter Tim Nelson addresses four key questions: 1) Where in the Twin Cities are the Vikings going to set up shop, 2) Who's going to pay for the stadium, 3) Is moving from Minneapolis an empty threat, 4) Will the people who pay for the stadium get a say in the matter.