Dayton aide, tribal representatives met on stadium
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A senior adviser to Gov. Mark Dayton has met with representatives of two Minnesota Indian tribes amid talk that expanded casino gambling could help finance a new Vikings stadium.
Dayton acknowledged the meeting in an interview Thursday with The Associated Press. He said he has not personally spoken with tribal officials about the issue.
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