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Dayton touts bonding bill as Minn. jobs investment


ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Mark Dayton said Tuesday that Minnesota could create thousands of new jobs by issuing $775 million in bonds for construction projects around the state.

Dayton released his bonding wish list at a news conference where he was flanked by construction workers in hard hats. He proposed $78 million for building projects on University of Minnesota campuses and $63.5 million on MnSCU campuses.

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