CHICAGO -- Opposition lawmakers are questioning Minnesota's decision to use bond proceeds for Northwest Airlines now that the company has warned its employees of possible disaster for the airline's finances.

Senate Majority Leader Roger Moe, a Democratic-Farmer-labor party member from Erskine, recently urged the governor to "take a step back" from the state's agreement with the airline, according to Vic Moore, a spokesman for the senator.

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