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Another slanted high-speed rail story from CNN's Anderson Cooper

(Source: Streetsblog Capitol Hill, March 27, 2013)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Not one to back away from a terrible argument, CNN’s Anderson Cooper is sticking with his series exposing the “boondoggle” of federal high-speed rail funding. In a segment aired Monday night, he and reporter Drew Griffin hammered away yet again at their argument that high-speed rail has been a waste of money. Under the tagline “Keeping Them Honest,” Cooper and Griffin hope to raise public ire about the taxpayer money “dumped” into a program sold as high-speed rail but is really just moving slow trains “a little faster.”

Full story: dc.streetsblog.org

Thursday, March 28, 2013

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