Supreme Court Wants More Documents In Vikings Stadium Case

(St. Paul, MN) -- More documents are being requested by the Minnesota Supreme Court in a legal challenge to the funding of the new Vikings stadium. The paperwork is due to the state's highest court by the end of the day tomorrow. Former Minneapolis mayoral candidate Doug Mann and two other people are seeking to halt stadium bond sales by the state, arguing tax dollars are already being allocated to the stadium. They add the Minneapolis city charter requires voters to approve the 150-million the city has promised.