The Legislature wants a gas tax hike, the governor doesn't. Now what? Both the House and the Senate have approved super-sized bills to pay for roads and transit. But both versions of the bill depend on a gas tax increase that Gov. Tim Pawlenty has vowed to veto. What kind of transportation legislation will eventually come out of this process?12:00 p.m.
Steve Murphy: Chair of the Senate Tranpsortation Committee, DFL-Red Wing.
Steve Sviggum: Former Speaker of the House, R-Kenyon. Sviggum is a close ally of Gov. Tim Pawlenty and the lead Republican on House Finance Committee. He is also a member of the House Ways and Means Committee.