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February 23rd, 2010
Even before legislators had a chance to vote on a nearly $1 billion bonding bill Monday night, they received an e-mail from Gov. Tim Pawlenty telling them he will veto the bill in its entirety when it arrives on his desk, as early as Tuesday.
The Legislature's bill differs from the one proposed by Pawlenty last month in higher education funding largely in that it doesn't include full funding for a new University physics and nanotechnology building. While the governor supported full funding for the facility, lawmakers voted to only include $5 million in planning money for the project with the understanding of granting the University full funding for the project in a future bonding bill.
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