California: Majority Would Oppose High-Speed Rail if Given Another Chance to Vote on It

Just weeks before the California legislature must decide the fate of the nation’s first high-speed rail project, a majority of Californians say the state has bigger priorities right now and they would veto the rail project if given another chance to vote on it, according to the results of the latest USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences/Los Angeles Times Poll. [cont.]

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