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April 16, 2014

San Antonio’s VIA wins streetcar court case

A county judge reaffirmed a ruling that an opponent of the project should have to pay a multimillion-dollar bond if he wants to appeal the transit system's earlier legal victory allowing it to issue debt to fund several projects.


July 24, 2013

Ethics probe sought over lawmaker's opposition to Calif. HSR project

A government watchdog group says a California Representative failed to tell colleagues that the project could affect his family's property values.


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