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Vikings, Ramsey County Can End Agreement July 1 If Stadium Not Approved
Published June 6, 2011
CAN'T TAX THE PLAYERS: In Minneapolis, Sid Hartman notes one "big change" that will have to be made in the bill before the legislature considers it is the "elimination of the proposed income tax surcharge on the salaries of NFL players." Another type of tax "will have to fund the stadium because NFL sources believe it's illegal." Bagley said, "The NFL has raised the concern that it may not be constitutional to tax one class of people, to single them out" (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 6/6).