CHICAGO — With a deal for a new partially bond-financed Vikings football stadium stalled over site and public-funding issues, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton this week laid out a revised game plan he hopes will lead to a vote this year on a stadium package.

As long as the stadium provides sufficient public benefit, Dayton supports some financial assistance for a new home for the National Football League team as a way to keep it in Minnesota while creating jobs. The team has committed at least $400 million to the project.

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