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High-Speed Rail: Taken for a Ride - Half Hour Special

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Hosts Heidi Cuda and Phil Shuman bring you "High-Speed Rail: Taken for a Ride," and in-depth look at the California's bullet train controversy.

Both investigative producer Cuda and reporter Shuman have been following the money, the lawsuits, the voices—both pro and con—to bring you this FOX 11 exclusive.

 

Part One:
Follow the money: The High-Speed Rail Authority says the project will be able to entice private investors, but rail critics say it's a bad investment.

Part Two:
Farmers whose land will be in the center of this rail storm sound off on the project.
 
Part Three:
Assemblywoman Diane Harkey (R-Dana Point) plans to introduce new legislation to derail the rail project.
 
Part Four:
A lawsuit against the High-Speed Rail Authority claims the current plan is in violation of Proposition 1-A, the High-Speed Rail Act.

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