U of M president: We need more money than Dayton provides
ST. PAUL -- University of Minnesota officials want legislators to be more generous in funding their construction and repair requests than Gov. Mark Dayton.
The university wants $233 million in state money to do projects ranging from making buildings more energy efficient, to repairing leaky roofs to building new facilities. Dayton wants to pay $119 million.
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