High-speed rail heats up California governor's race

Who becomes California's next state governor may be decided by the voting public's feelings about high-speed rail. Republican candidate Meg Whitman is against the mega-project; Democratic candidate Jerry Brown has been pushing for high-speed rail since 1982 and is all for the state's project. Meanwhile, the California High-Speed Rail Authority has OK'd plans that would put the state's bullet train on shared tracks with Metrolink and Amtrak between Los Angeles and Anaheim.

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