In a big step forward for those who support a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings, the Minnesota House voted 73-58 to approve a public subsidy package for a new stadium, The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported. It will now head toward the state Capitol for final passage. The stadium project could go to the Senate for a vote as soon as today. If all goes well, it could be ready for Governor Mark Dayton to sign into law by the end of the week. However, Viking's owner Zygi Wilf may not be 100% pleased with the plan that was passed.