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Bonding bill heads to governor without Mayo Civic Center funding

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Posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 11:47 pm

ST. PAUL — A nearly $500 million public works bill that includes funding to expand The Hormel Institute in Austin is headed to DFL Gov. Mark Dayton.

The Minnesota House on Tuesday approved the bonding bill as amended by the Senate.

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