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Johnson

Dayton

Sheran

Hausman

Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014 10:15 am | Updated: 7:17 pm, Tue Apr 15, 2014.

A nearly $1 billion bonding bill unveiled by Minnesota House Democrats earlier this month sets aside less money for St. Peter Security Hospital improvement than originally proposed.

Gov. Mark Dayton earlier this year recommended investing nearly $64 million in the Minnesota Security Hospital and facilities that house those in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program, releasing a bonding proposal in January that set aside money for both the construction and renovation of several campus buildings.

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