CHICAGO - The Minnesota House may attempt as soon as today to override Gov. Tim Pawlenty's veto Friday of a partially bond-financed, $6.6 billion transportation package that relies for funding on a series of tax and fee increases.

The House and Senate - both controlled by the state's version of the Democratic Party known as the Democrat-Farm-Labor Party - approved the plan late Thursday, sending it to the Republican governor's desk where he vetoed it.

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