No Wilfare for Billionaires!
  • Petitioned Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton, MN State Legislature

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Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton, MN State Legislature

No Wilfare for Billionaires!

    1. Nick  Coleman
    2. Petition by

      Nick Coleman

      St Paul, MN

The Minnesota Vikings, a privately-owned monopoly sports business worth $800 million, want the taxpayers of Minnesota to build an unnecessary $1.1 billion-dollar stadium and to give principal Vikings owner Zygi Wilf unprecedented development and revenue rights at a time when state services are being cut, taxes are rising and more budget deficits loom ahead. Stop the insanity! Just Say No to Wilfare!

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 50 signatures
    2. First 16 signers to my petition to Stop MN's Wilfare 4 Billionaires!

      Nick  Coleman
      Petition Organizer

      The official launch of this petition to get MN's politicians to stop catering to Zygi Wilf and the Vikings won't be until Black Friday!!! But you can get on board before the launch! Please sign today!

    3. Reached 10 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Rob Wallace ST. PAUL, MN
      • almost 3 years ago

      Ponying up hundreds of millions in direct construction subsidies and tax abatements to a billionaire while the state finances circle the drain is obscene. And yet family newspapers across the state have given such favorable talk-dirty front-page treatment, as if millions of people's day-to-day lives mattered less than eight Sundays a year.

    • Brian Johnson BLOOMINGTON, MN
      • almost 3 years ago

      Billionaires don't need free government projects.

      Sign this one, too!


    • Eric Foster ST. PAUL, MN
      • almost 3 years ago

      Especially NOT in Arden Hills (should be in the central cities in this day and age, on transit lines) and especially NOT with a broad-based sales tax which would hurt the poor and working class. If it has to be publicly subsidized, do it with user fees for football fans.

    • Patrick Strother MOUND, MN
      • almost 3 years ago

      Sports in America went over the sanity cliff a long time ago. This is just another example of our grotesquely misplaced priorities.

    • Gerald Mischke ST. PAUL, MN
      • almost 3 years ago

      I am not a professional sports fan and prefer that my taxes go to help those who need it.


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