Questions Wednesday night surrounding another hiring decision by the Iron Range Resources Rehabilitation Board.

The Star Tribune reported the state agency brought back a former deputy commissioner after he took a $166,000 retirement buyout.

“There’s some bi-partisan frustration to this,” said Sen. Justin Eichorn.

“I’m not sure what the uproar is here because it was all done over a year ago,” said Sen. David Tomassoni.

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