National Sports Center

The proposed bonding bill will provide $9.6 million in funding for the National Sports Center in Blaine.

File photo courtesy National Sports Center

Bonding bills and the infrastructure they pay for are about more than spreadsheets, bricks and mortar, said supporters of a $1.5 billion general obligation bonding package. They’re about strengthening communities, and hundreds of projects across the state have gone unfunded for far too long.

Rep. Fue Lee, DFL-Mpls, sponsors HF669, passed by the House, as amended, 91-43 Monday evening, receiving 10 votes more than the 60% super-majority required to pass a general obligation bonding bill.

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