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April 24, 2013

Indy Amtrak service may end unless state foots bill

INDIANAPOLIS — An Amtrak rail service carrying passengers from Chicago to Indianapolis may end unless Indiana takes over the cost of the federally subsidized service. Starting Oct. 1, the federal government will stop subsidizing trips within 750 miles, which would affect the Hoosier State service, expected to cost the state $4 million a year if it stepped in, reported the Post-Tribune. For the full story, click here.

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