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Minnesota Panel Delves Into Dayton’s Public Works Bill

Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton's $1 billion public works bill gets its first look in the Republican-controlled Legislature on Wednesday. The House Capital Investment Committee holds the first hearing on Dayton's recommendations for civic centers, college labs, flood protection, roads and bridges paid for by state-issued bonds.

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Hosch, O’Driscoll Talks Pros And Cons Of Bonding Bill [AUDIO]

The issue of a potential bonding bill bubbled up to the surface again this week when Governor Dayton unveiled his plan to spend $1 billion in construction projects. Representative O'Driscoll would prefer to first spend the money that's already been allocated. And Representative Hosch says he's disappointed Governor Dayton left the SCSU Science Lab out.

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Dayton To Unveil Construction Project Wish List

Gov. Mark Dayton is expected to call for about $1 billion in public works projects on Monday. The Democratic governor will unveil his recommendations for state-backed construction work at a morning news conference.

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Dave Kleis
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Kleis Says State Budget Is Priority, But Wants Civic Center In Bonding Bill

As the Minnesota Legislature deals with a $6-billion budget deficit, there are those who are hoping for a small bonding bill this year. St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis is among them.

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