We wrote here about the Supreme Court ruling that will permit the sale of $468 million in state bonds to move forward for the new Vikings stadium.
Several people have asked if Associate Justice Alan Page took part in the high court's deliberations. The answer is: He did not.
At the end of the ruling, issued late Tuesday, it was noted that Page "took no part in the consideration or decision" of the case.
Page played for the Vikings from 1967 to 1978, and was part of the team's famed defensive line, the Purple People Eaters. A Hall of Famer, he finished his NFL career with the Chicago Bears.
More from Opening of U.S. Bank Stadium
Tickets to the Vikings-Packers game in Minneapolis will be tougher than ever to get because the Sept. 18 game will be the first one played at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome display will open as Minnesotans get their first look at the Vikings prepare to inaugurate their new home field for the 2016 NFL season.
The Minnesota Vikings and Wells Fargo filed another set of opposing motions in the photo-bombing lawsuit about signs on two buildings.
Dispute is over the height of two signs atop the Wells Fargo towers adjacent to the new U.S. Bank Stadium
Video, websites, broadcasts all part of Vikings plans for new stadium