Minnesota lawmakers convene at the Capitol today for the first day of the 2005 legislative session. Yesterday, Gov. Tim Pawlenty laid out his proposal for an $816 million bonding bill this session. The bonding bill funds capital improvement projects around the state like university buildings, corrections facilities and rail projects. Last year, lawmakers failed to pass a bonding bill. Morning Edition's Cathy Wurzer spoke with two legislators -- DFL State Sen. Keith Langseth chairs the Capital Investment Committee in the Senate, and Republican Dan Dorman heads the equivalent committee in the House.