Ramsey County last week released a revised plan for a new Minnesota Vikings professional football stadium that relies on parking revenue, naming rights, an admission fee and hospitality taxes to cover its $300 million share of the $1.1 billion price tag.

The state and team would cover the remaining expenses. The county – in partnership with the team – originally floated a sales tax increase to fund its share, but state lawmakers threw cold water on that revenue stream by saying a voter referendum would likely be needed.

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