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Trump administration holds off redirecting California's high-speed rail money

Reuters Wednesday, 22 May 2019
The Trump administration on Wednesday agreed not to immediately redirect nearly $1 billion it is withholding from California's high-speed rail project, one of several disputes between Republican Trump and the Democratic-controlled state.
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News video: Trump Administration Won’t Immediately Give Away $1B It Revoked For California Rail

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The Trump administration has said it will not immediately give $1 billion it revoked from California’s high-speed rail project to another project. Matt Yurus reports.

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