Dan Walter's column on the latest legislative hearing on the high speed rail plan makes it pretty plain.
They examined a report from the Legislature's budget office that's highly critical of the High-Speed Rail Authority's much-touted business plan and a legislative staff report that echoes the criticism and adds grave doubts of its own.
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It would be better to derail now rather than plunge California into a bottomless money pit that would once again make it a global laughingstock.
It's been well over a year since we pointed out that the "plan" for this project doesn't hold even a teaspoon of water. Maybe people are finally starting to see reality.