State Management and Budget Commissioner Myron Frans in a nine-page letter states numerous objections by Governor Mark Dayton to a major budget bill the Republican-controlled Minnesota House is set to vote on later today. Frans says the bill creates a budget deficit in the next two-year cycle. He says a proposed constitutional amendment dedicating the sales tax on motor vehicle parts and repairs to roads and bridges will cause problems in other areas of the state budget. Governor Dayton strongly objects to Republicans’ plan to allow the current health provider tax to expire, warning it would endanger Minnesotacare. Dayton says he will not agree to cuts to previously-approved budgets for state agencies. And he says instead of taking 30 million dollars from the Vikings Stadium Reserve Fund, lawmakers should use bonding dollars to fully fund new veterans homes.