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12/01/2016

The state's legislative auditor says he's investigating the use of two luxury suites in the new Minnesota Vikings stadium by top public officials.

It is reported that a pair of Minnesota Sports Facility Authority officials control access to two lower-level suites for all football games and other events. Neither Authority chairwoman Michelle Kelm-Helgen nor executive director Ted Mondale would identify previous guests except 12 public officials who have reimbursed the state for game tickets.

Legislative Auditor Jim Nobles said Wednesday he's launching a ``priority' investigation that he hopes to complete in January.

Kelm-Helgen and Mondale defend the suite access as useful to woo new business to the stadium.

Republican District 23 State Senator Julie Rosen(R-Vernon Center) says their control of two suites is unaccountable and unnecessary.


ROD HALVORSEN
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