Gov. Brown, officials gather in Fresno to launch high-speed rail construction

As reported by the Fresno Bee:

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With California Gov. Jerry Brown leading the way, a ceremony Tuesday in downtown Fresno marked the start of construction on the high-speed rail project, more than six years after voters approved a $9.9 billion bond act that will help fund the system.

Rather than donning hard hats and shovels, however, Brown and other dignitaries signed ceremonial pieces of steel rails to signal that the project is underway. The invitation-only ceremony took place at the future site of Fresno’s high-speed rail station on the northeast corner of Tulare and G streets, while a small but boisterous gathering of protesters punctuated the event with occasional shouts and chants.

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  1. What an ass is the one who is chosen to represent the constituents’ interest and then goes against their wishes , misusing valuable resources which will only benefit a select few…if even those

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