EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is trying to say "not so fast" to the Minnesota Vikings after the team engaged season ticket holders on the possible implementation of personal seat licenses in its soon-to-be-built stadium.
Dayton, one of the chief proponents in pushing a 975 million stadium bill through the legislature lastsummer, sent a strongly worded letter to team owner Zygi Wilf on Tuesday threatening to undo the stadium deal if the team uses PSLs as a way to fund its portion of the cost -- in Dayton's mind shifting the responsibility to the fans.
"I strongly oppose shifting any part of the team's responsibility for those costs onto Minnesota Vikings fans," Dayton wrote. "This Private Contribution is your responsibility, not theirs. I said this new stadium would be a People's Stadium,' not a Rich People's Stadium.' I meant it then, and I mean it now."
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