Lawsuit contests California high-speed rail air quality plans
(Source: Associated Press, June 23, 2014)
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A San Rafael-based group that opposes California's high-speed rail project filed a lawsuit Monday contesting the state's plan to fund it with money from a greenhouse gas emissions program, arguing that building the $68 billion bullet train would create more pollution than it would reduce for at least a decade.
Full story: Sacramento Bee
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
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