CHICAGO — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday proposed $775 million of general obligation borrowing to support a $1.5 billion capital plan with an emphasis on projects that spur economic development and improve public safety while creating more than 20,000 jobs.

In addition to the state GOs, the package known locally as the “bonding bill” relies on $580 million in federal funds, local government matches and private gifts.

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