Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Howes and Dayton Differ on Bonding

State Representative Larry Howes of Walker and Governor Mark Dayton differ on state bonding during this legislative session.

The Governor wants a $1 billion package to spur job growth by funding projects like civic centers, minor league ball parks and college labs.

Republicans said they prefer to borrow only for flood related projects this year.

A bill from Representative Howes would pay a share of local projects in up to 19 communities to prevent damage to homes, infrastructure and crops.

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