GOP candidates for Minnesota governor oppose Senate building
ST. PAUL - Five Republican governor hopefuls joined Thursday in criticizing plans to construct a Senate office building.
The proposed $63 million building, part of a $90 million package that would include parking facilities, would be home to Senate offices and committee meeting rooms. It was included in a tax bill last year pushed by legislative Democrats and signed by Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton.
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