Then-state Sens. Leland Yee, left, and Tony Strickland chat in private as the California Senate considers high-speed rail funding on July 6, 2012.
Then-state Sens. Leland Yee, left, and Tony Strickland chat in private as the California Senate considers high-speed rail funding on July 6, 2012. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
Then-state Sens. Leland Yee, left, and Tony Strickland chat in private as the California Senate considers high-speed rail funding on July 6, 2012. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
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