Minn. headed for stand-pat year on transportation
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — High hopes of a major infusion of new money for Minnesota road, bridge and mass transit construction gave way Wednesday to the reality that the taxes needed to support those investments probably won't pass into law this year.
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