Environment bills pass House, Senate
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota House and Senate passed bills Tuesday that would fund a study of safe sulfate levels in wild rice waters, allocate state lottery funds toward environmental projects and create a fund that will help with management of state-owned lands.
The Senate bill spends $204 million of state tax money on the environment over the next two years while the House opted for $196 million.
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