Minnesota Senate releases $357M bonding bill; vote possible this week
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota senators considered spending $26 million for flood prevention projects Tuesday, a day when much of the state was buried in snow that could melt into spring flood waters.
Sen. Keith Langseth, DFL-Glyndon, shepherded the bill through his Senate Capital Investment Committee Tuesday night, the first action on the $367.4 million plan.
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