VIKINGS STADIUM: Skirting the Voters Legal?

While the state and Stadium Authority wrangle with the Wilf family over the latter's personal and business financials before it approves a new Viking Stadium, a Hennepin County District Court case is asking a judge to order enforcement of a City Charter provision for a public vote on any city expenditure of $10 million or more on private entities has been awaiting a ruling.

We explore the case against the back room stadium deal with Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate and plaintiff in the case against the city Doug Mann and Ed Felien, Editor-Publisher of Southside Pride newpapers in Minneapolis and member of the Minneapolis Farmer-Labor Association, on the one hand, and at least one labor leader, Wade Luneburg.
TTT's ANDY DRISCOLL will talk with these guys about the stadium issues and about the deeper issues surrounding the overriding of local charters and ordinances by state fiat.

While the state and Stadium Authority wrangle with the Wilf family over the latter's personal and business financials before it approves a new Viking Stadium, a Hennepin County District Court case is asking a judge to order enforcement of a City Charter provision for a public vote on any city expenditure of $10 million or more on private entities has been awaiting a ruling.
We explore the case against the back room stadium deal with Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate and plaintiff in the case against the city Doug Mann and Ed Felien, Editor-Publisher of Southside Pride newpapers in Minneapolis and member of the Minneapolis Farmer-Labor Association, on the one hand, and at least one labor leader, Wade Luneburg.

TTT's ANDY DRISCOLL will talk with these guys about the stadium issues and about the deeper issues surrounding the overriding of local charters and ordinances by state fiat.