Failed Vikings stadium deal heats up Minnesota wetlands debate

07/16/2007 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

The collapse of a $1.67 billion plan to build a stadium for the Minnesota Vikings on protected wetlands has raised debate in the state's Anoka County over how to govern wetlands. Three agencies regulate the state's 9.285 million acres of wetlands, and some angry landowners are questioning why so many bodies have oversight of the property.

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