MARSHALL - Sen. Doug Magnus, R-Slayton, said Tuesday afternoon, the release of the Senate bonding bill has been delayed until today.
Magnus told the Independent on Monday the Senate would be ready to unveil its bonding proposal but Senate committee meetings with both the Republican and DFL caucuses were pushed back Tuesday.
Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota House have already released their versions of the bonding bill - Dayton's totaled $775 million, the Republicans' $280 million, plus another $221 million for renovations to the state Capitol.
Neither included bonding for the proposed $12.9 million regional sports facility in Marshall or expansion of the city's MERIT training center.