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Already months late, California still hasn’t purchased land for high-speed rail

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California Gov. Jerry Brown may have promised back on Jan. 18, 2012, that the Golden State would “begin initial construction” on the state’s high-speed rail project “before the year is out,” but 18 months later the state’s High-Speed Rail Authority still has not closed on a single piece of property needed to begin the project. Over 356 individual parcels of land must be acquired in order to...

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