As of Wednesday night, it seems that the Minnesota House of Representatives will maybe consider talking about the latest version of the Vikings stadium bill...maybe. As of the time of this post, the House decided to take a recess until 10 pm on Wednesday night prior to "possibly" talking about the stadium proposal.
Originally, it was assumed that the House and Senate both had a 12-hour waiting rule on proposed bills, but the House utilized Joint Rule 3.01 which states that either House or Senate may suspend the Joint Rules by a vote of two-thirds.
It has been made clear that the House will take it's time while debating the bill and will be sure to address it when they are ready, whether that is Wednesday night or at a later date.
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