Construction of the proposed $68 billion high-speed rail project in California will still move ahead despite a recent court ruling, said Gov. Jerry Brown. The ruling from a Sacramento County judge said the California High Speed Rail Authority "failed to comply with the financial and environmental promises made to voters," according to these articles. However, the ruling "did not stop anything" and "there's a lot of room for interpretation, and I think the outcome will be positive," Brown said.

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