Two federal Cabinet secretaries will meet soon with the Minnesota and Wisconsin congressional delegations to hammer out differences over an embattled $690 million proposal for a new St. Croix River bridge.Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood told the Star Tribune that he’s planning a meeting that would include Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. Building a new St. Croix bridge, LaHood said, “will create a lot of jobs” in what he described as an important project. “It will be a good opportunity to discuss the bridge and show LaHood’s strong support of the bridge,” said U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. “He’s been very aggressive about wanting to help. “The pace of debate over the proposed four-lane bridge quickened Wednesday, the day before a possible committee vote that could advance Klobuchar’s bridge bill to the Senate floor. Thirty legislators in Minnesota and Wisconsin issued a statement condemning the proposed bridge as wasteful and said it would divert money from other urgent transportation needs.