Vikings stadium is corporate welfare. -Minnesotans love the Vikings. That’s a fact. However, the Vikings franchise is owned by a billionaire from New Jersey — one Zygmunt “Zygi” Wilf. Wilf’s net worth is between $310 million, as reported by Sports Illustrated, and $1.3 billion, according to the Democratic Underground.com website. - - BrainerdDispatch 04/09/12
Why public funding for a Vikings stadium doesn't make sense - I recognize that many legislators have strong positions on the Vikings stadium issue and many have been tracking the issue closely. However, there are a number of misconceptions about parts of the issue, and many unexamined assumptions that deserve an airing. Before we give $700 million to Zygi Wilf for a new stadium, here is some information that I hope you will consider.- by Senator John Marty - MPR 05/01/12
Is the U.S. really this corrupt? Zygi Wilf should not receive any tax dollars for the new Vikings stadium. Gov. Mark Dayton needs to come up for his constituents and stop coming up for big money. The NFL should no longer be classified as a non-profit.
MN Governor Mark Dayton, MN Vikings owner Zygi Wilf, and MN labor "thugs" excited about the passing and signing of the bill to fund a new Vikings Stadium