ST.PAUL, Minn, (KFGO AM) -- Minnesota lawmakers today begin the second leg of their tour of projects competing for state bonding dollars in 2014.
A senate committee is visiting south-central and southwest Minnesota.
Chairman Leroy Stumpf says one category of projects is state facilities like parks, trails, state hospitals and prisons.
Stumpf says there are a number of local projects competing for state bonding dollars.
His panel visits Faribault, St. Peter and Mankato today, Jackson and Marshall tomorrow and Willmar, New London and Shakopee on Friday.