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Continued: All are not aboard for Minnesota's transportation bill

  • Article by: LORI STURDEVANT , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 25, 2014 - 5:59 PM

The naysayers appear to be carrying the day, and the session. But transportation needs don’t go away. They just get more expensive — for business. That’s why I expect the state chamber’s red light on more funding to turn green not long after the 2014 election, no matter its outcome.

 

Lori Sturdevant, an editorial writer and columnist, is at lsturdevant@startribune.com.

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