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Bullet Train exempt from Environmental Laws

by MeadowsMike on May 16, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr

The California government committee running the CA Bullet Train project requested that both California and Federal environmental laws not apply to the California Bullet Train boondoggle. The hysteria-based community passes these onerous restrictions and don't care what harm it does to private industry and individual citizens. But when it disrupts their precious project all of the sudden those same laws are just too much to handle.


"The chief of the state bullet train authority said Tuesday that he hopes to obtain some type of relief from environmental laws that would eliminate a risk that the 130-mile initial construction project could be stopped by an injunction,..."


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