PLYMOUTH, Minn. (AP) -- Gov. Mark Dayton is not retreating from his vow to fight the Minnesota Vikings if they try to charge new big fees to season ticket holders to help fund the new football stadium.
Dayton says Thursday that he believes the team was not forthright about the possibility of hefty personal seat license charges when the stadium bill was moving through the legislative process.
He says he thought any plan would resemble the modest approach used by the Minnesota Twins and not like those of other NFL teams that have charged tens of thousands of dollars.
The Vikings say the stadium bill allows for personal seat licenses, but that no decisions have been made.
Dayton says he's confident the state's stadium authority would block overly extensive charges.
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