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Vikings, House accept terms of final bill

The Vikings stadium bill has now cleared every hurdle but one. With a Conference Committee striking a deal Wednesday night on language harmonizing the House and Senate versions of the stadium bill, the Vikings signed off on the revised agreement — and early Thursday morning the House of Representatives voted to accept the deal, 71-60.…
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