Should the new soccer stadium be built with help from the state?

Investors Bob Pohlad, left, Wendy Carlson Nelson, far right, and Bill McGuire joined MLS Soccer Commissioner Don Garber at an announcement at Target Field in Minneapolis, Friday, March 25, 2015. McGuire's current team, Minnesota United, will play for two more years as a minor league team, then join the 24-team MLS roster in 2017 or 2018. Tim Nelson | MPR News

“The owners of the Minnesota United soccer club are asking state officials for tax breaks to help build a new stadium in downtown Minneapolis,” writes MPR News reporter Tom Scheck.

Gov. Mark Dayton said the team is asking for a property tax exemption along with a sales tax exemption for construction materials. The sales tax break, he said, could cost as much as $3 million.

Today’s Question: Should the new soccer stadium be built with help from the state?