Judge will consider request for California high-speed rail injunction
(Source: Fresno Bee, September 26, 2012)
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A Sacramento judge will consider a motion for a preliminary injunction that could derail California's high-speed rail project in the central San Joaquin Valley. Judge Timothy Frawley ordered Friday that three separate lawsuits against the California High-Speed Rail Authority will be combined for future hearings in Sacramento Superior Court. The cases are challenging the rail authority's final approval of environmental reports and a route between Merced and Fresno -- one of the first sections of tracks that the authority hopes to begin building next year.
Full story: Sacramento Bee
Thursday, September 27, 2012