Crews work atop a viaduct structure near Cedar Avenue and Highway 99 in Fresno in mid-August 2017, part of the California high-speed rail project. Columnist Dan Walters wonders if funding for the project might be in jeopardy if voters repeal the recent gas tax hike.
Crews work atop a viaduct structure near Cedar Avenue and Highway 99 in Fresno in mid-August 2017, part of the California high-speed rail project. Columnist Dan Walters wonders if funding for the project might be in jeopardy if voters repeal the recent gas tax hike. TIM SHEEHAN Fresno Bee file
Crews work atop a viaduct structure near Cedar Avenue and Highway 99 in Fresno in mid-August 2017, part of the California high-speed rail project. Columnist Dan Walters wonders if funding for the project might be in jeopardy if voters repeal the recent gas tax hike. TIM SHEEHAN Fresno Bee file
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California voters don’t like gas tax hike. How will that play in 2018 elections?

November 16, 2017 12:01 AM

UPDATED November 15, 2017 10:14 AM

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