After a six-month stalemate in the Capitol, the Minnesota Senate on Thursday approved a $1.9 billion bonding package that’s now on its way to Gov. Tim Walz.
The House passed the bill in a late-night session Wednesday and adjourned sine die, leaving the Senate to either approve the bill as-is or spike it.
Some Republicans showed their disdain for the tactic. Sen. Roger Chamberlain, R-Lino Lakes, compared the legislation to drinking rancid milk.
“It’s akin to taking a chug from a gallon of milk and realizing it’s rancid and it