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Govt. Cancels $929M In Federal Funds For California's High-Speed Rail

Newsy Friday, 17 May 2019
Govt. Cancels $929M In Federal Funds For California's High-Speed RailWatch VideoThe Trump administration formally canceled $929 million in federal grants meant to help pay for California's High-Speed Rail project. And it wants the $2.5 billion that the state's already spent on the project back. 

The Federal Railroad Administration announced the final decision on Thursday. The agency...
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The Federal Railroad Administration says the California High-Speed Rail Authority didn&apos;t make enough progress with the project.

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