The Minnesota Senate proposed a $496 million bonding bill on Wednesday, according to the Star Tribune.
Gov. Mark Dayton previously proposed a $775 million bonding bill, whereas the Minnesota House proposed a slim $280 million bonding bill.
Much of the Senate's proposed bill regards money for state colleges and universities, excluding much from the University of Minnesota. The University previously received $78 million, but the proposed Senate bill would only provide the University with $39 million.
Some of the other projects left out of the Senate proposal, was funding for the Nicollet Mall renovation and a regional baseball park for St. Paul, according to MinnPost.
Other funding would go to renovating the State Capitol building, roads and bridges, and natural resources.