CHICAGO — The Minnesota Vikings-backed proposal to build a $1.1 billion publicly subsidized stadium in Ramsey County relies on an overly ambitious schedule, leaves the county on the hook for potential cost overruns, and could impair its ability to finance other public projects, according to a state-commissioned report.

Two public agencies — the Metropolitan Council and the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission — released their findings in a 184-page “Stadium Proposal Risk Analysis” this week.

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