For the second time on Tuesday, the Minnesota Senate has added an amendment to the stadium bill, and then dumped it.
It happened earlier in the day with the omission — and then the resurrection — of language nullifying the portion of the Minneapolis City Charter that requires a referendum before more than $10 million in municipal money is given to any sports facility.
Now, according to Pat Kessler of WCCO-TV, the Senate added a deal-killing “user fee” to the bill. And then an hour later they removed it.
Apparently, the Minnesota Senate behaves like a 14-year-old girl picking out a pair of shoes.
The ultimate question is whether they’ll ever pass the bill. And then whether they’ll change their mind an hour later.