Minnesota lawmakers look into outdoors funding
ST. PAUL -- Seventy-three outdoors projects ranging from producing geologic atlases to restoring wetlands to getting urban children outside would get funds under bills Minnesota senators considered Tuesday.
The two measures, from citizen-legislator committee recommendations, would spend $85 million. Similar bills are making their way through the House process as well.
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