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It’s time for taxpayers to play hardball, too
The financial terms of the Vikings stadium should also be reviewed (“Wilfs are on notice: Keep state deal clean,” editorial, Aug. 13). The Vikings are using a $200 million NFL loan, stadium naming rights, sponsorships (advertising) and seat license fees. The stadium itself generates all those sources of revenue other than the loan, and the public entity that owns the stadium should also receive those revenues.
MICHAEL W. MCNABB, Lakeville
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