Gov. Jerry Brown and his wife Anne Gust sign a portion of the rail at the California High-Speed Rail Authority groundbreaking Jan. 6 in Fresno. California’s high-speed rail project has become the first in the nation to break ground.
Gov. Jerry Brown and his wife Anne Gust sign a portion of the rail at the California High-Speed Rail Authority groundbreaking Jan. 6 in Fresno. California’s high-speed rail project has become the first in the nation to break ground. Gary Kazanjian The Associated Press
Gov. Jerry Brown and his wife Anne Gust sign a portion of the rail at the California High-Speed Rail Authority groundbreaking Jan. 6 in Fresno. California’s high-speed rail project has become the first in the nation to break ground. Gary Kazanjian The Associated Press

Without a viable funding plan, high-speed rail goes off its tracks

January 17, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED January 18, 2015 12:00 AM

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