Minn. Senate To Vote on $948M Plan

Shields, Yvette
May 2004
Bond Buyer;5/5/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31877, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the expectation for the Minnesota Legislature Senate to vote on a multimillion-dollar two-year capital budget that exceeds the version promoted by Governor Tim Pawlenty and another endorsed by the House. Reliance of the Senate version on general obligation bonding to finance projects and general fund-supported general obligation bonds that would be repaid by fees related to the programs being financed; Remarks from Senator Keith Langseth concerning the difference between the Senate and the House version of the bill; Issue concerning the pending bill that paves the way for new professional sports stadiums.


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