The gang of Capitol leaders is going to get together for a football party.
Gov. Mark Dayton said, at Republican state Sen. Julie Rosen's suggestion, he will host legislative leaders at the governor's residence this Sunday to watch the Minnesota Vikings play.
"It's going to be bipartisan," Dayton said.
Rosen, R-Fairmont, is the Senate's chief author of the Vikings stadium measure.
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