A look at Vikings stadium bill signing…

A beaming Rep. Morrie Lanning of Moorhead accepts a pen Gov. Mark Dayton used to sign a Vikings stadium bill Monday. Lanning was the chief House author.

 

Prime Vikings owners Mark and Zygi Wilf see fans lining a second-floor railing Monday in the Minnesota Capitol.

 

Abourt a dozen protesters from the Welfare Rights Committee distrupted a Monday stadium bill signing cermony, saying money should have gone to the poor, not rich Vikings owners.

Vikings fans and school children on tours of the state Capitol watched from a floor above Monday as Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill to build a Viknigs stadium.

Gov. Mark Dayton puts ink on paper Monday to sign a bill allowing for a newViknigs stadium. Watching are, from left, Rep. Morrie Lanning of Moorhead, Sen. Julie Rosen of Fairmont and Vikings president Mark Wilf.

 

 

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