Skip to comments.High-speed rail about to go in reverse?
Posted on 03/21/2012 10:37:01 AM PDT by landsbaum
Some folks who want to undo the boondoggle also known as Californias High-Speed Rail project took a step closer to that reality yesterday when their ballot initiative was cleared to collect signatures.
Republican state Sen. Doug LaMalfa and former congressman George Radanovich seek to derail the train, but now need signatures of 504,760 registered voters to qualify their measure for the November ballot. Theyve have until Aug. 13.
Were hoping they get what they need. But a few obstacles remain, and they arent insubstantial...
(Excerpt) Read more at orangepunch.ocregister.com ...
I’ll sign it a couple times.
Hi speed ferries. Cheaper infrastructure, less people to run it and for the most part it is earthquake proof.
No, no, no, no, no! Those guys are so dumb! They can find bums in Wisconsin to sign petitions all day long for the minimum wage. So what if that'd be illegal? Do representatives of the Democratic [sic] party care about minor details?
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