High-Speed Rail

August 16, 2013 5:46 PM

Judge's ruling could bring Valley's high-speed rail project to screeching halt

A Sacramento County Superior Court judge says the California High-Speed Rail project does not have necessary funding or environmental clearances. He tells attorneys to provide more information before final ruling.

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