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POTENTIAL LEGAL PROBLEMS FOR MINNESOTA FACILITIES COMMISSION
Published December 21, 1995
The Twin Cities' Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission allegedly violated its own hiring procedures and affirmative- action requirements when retaining outside consultants over the past three years. According to comments by Commissioner John Pacheco carried in this morning's Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, MSFC spent $3.8M employing over 20 outside consultants during that time period, only hiring two agencies headed by non-whites (Jay Weiner, Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 12/21).