CHICAGO — Minnesota will draw from reserves and bond proceeds to help fund a $167.5 million relief package approved by lawmakers Friday for Duluth and other northeastern and central areas of the state hard hit by June storms and flooding.

The package overwhelmingly won approval from lawmakers during a special session Friday called by Gov. Mark Dayton. The governor was expected to sign the legislation quickly.

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