Bonding Bill 2020

The Capital Investment Committee did a lot of travelling to do their research before putting a bonding bill forward. Right before the end of the 2020 Session, the chair of the Capital Investment Committee, Mary Murphy,  gave a great speech to the House about the bonding bill her committee was bringing to the floor.  She said it was a large bill because we can’t go on pushing projects down the road. It didn’t pass then nor did it pass in the special sessions that followed. It was incredibly disappointing because people all over the state were looking forward to getting help on their projects. It would have helped put people to work. Finally, the House passed a bonding bill on October 14th, 100-34. The Senate followed suit the next day. The bill has transportation projects, housing, environmental and so many more projects that will help improve the lives of Minnesotans.

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