Judge backs Calif. high-speed rail over farmers
A judge denied a request Friday from Central Valley farmers who sought to halt work on California's ambitious high-speed rail project, allowing work on the $68 billion project to continue at an aggressive pace.
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#1 Nov 17, 2012
California is broke. Why are we building a high speed rail system for the rich?
#2 Jan 5, 2013
if you haven't see it all of california's farming is leaving the valley slow but steadily to other states and all the farmer's that are crying about the high speed rail 89 percent them are being paid not to grow crops so i says if you guys don't like it please leave caifornia do us all the faver its coming ehter finger out were the stations will be and set up fruit stands instead of driving to peir 39 every weekend to sell produces they will come to us here on the train old thinking is what hold back the central valley were 15 years behind the rest of california in industry-- techoligy and inner city grow this is why ...
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