CHICAGO — With the clock ticking on the Minnesota Legislature’s spring session, representatives from the Minnesota Vikings and Ramsey County met with key lawmakers Wednesday to promote their proposal to build a publicly subsidized $1 billion stadium in the Twin Cities suburb of Arden Hills.

The Vikings and county officials unveiled their plan Tuesday, one day after a competing one was floated by Minneapolis. The National Football League team initially held talks with Hennepin County, which includes Minneapolis, and Ramsey County, which includes St. Paul, before settling on a partnership with Ramsey.

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