Us Dot awards California almost $1 Bi...

Us Dot awards California almost $1 Billion for High-Speed Rail

There are 1 comment on the Examiner.com story from Nov 22, 2011, titled Us Dot awards California almost $1 Billion for High-Speed Rail. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today awarded a $928.6 million grant to the California High-Speed Rail Authority for initial construction of California High-Speed Rail.

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The police do own 911

Clovis, CA

#1 Nov 22, 2011
MADD dod not intend for their bills to be used by our poor excuse for CHP''s that roam our freeways calling in phony DUI's.
No one can afford to fight it and they know it. They will express that they need the overtime and if you don't like it you can eat cement.
They will catch you in a almond field and say your eyes are red.....DAAAA
Put a flashlight in you eye or on the bridge of your nose and say your pupils are contracted .DDDAAAAA
They like to catch the poorest and most likely unable to afford a attorney.
The public defenders are even dirtier.
How long will this go on!!!!!!!!!!

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