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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - W. Joe Hoppe
Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed a bill Friday that would have done away with online instant-play lottery games and barred sales of tickets via gas pumps or ATMs.
The Vikings stadium bill, stalled for nearly two weeks at the Capitol, got a new push Monday when Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak said he'd lined up a city council majority in support of the $975 million plan to rebuild on the site of the Metrodome.
Tara Mack and Joe Hoppe issued a statement Monday saying they wanted current and former Dayton administration and MNsure officials to testify about why they decided to go live with a website "that simply was not and currently is not ready for consumers."
"We were more measured and more moderate, and now the governor has thrown all that out the window," he said.