High-Speed Rail

November 14, 2012 7:11 PM

High-speed rail jobs may give priority to down-on-luck workers

Job-creation advocates in Fresno said they moved a step closer Wednesday to ensuring that local workers who need a job can compete for one building California's high-speed rail system.

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