Well, it was fun while it lasted.
Only two days after a bipartisan bill to build a new Vikings stadium was introduced, the measure has died.
Mike Kaszuba of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that the 10-9 defeat came only hours after another House committee had approved it. But as Kaszuba points out, “[A]t this stage of the legislative session, set-backs for major bills can
sometimes be only temporary.”
Which means that most of the time it isn’t only temporary.
Which means that in this case it could be permanent.
Which means that those L.A. Rams fans who used to wear watermelons as hats might soon be able to add horns to their headgear.