Judge Issues Setback to California's High-Speed Rail Plan

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 (California High-Speed Rail Authority)

California's $68 billion high speed rail project was dealt a blow Monday after a Sacramento judge ruled against the plan to use over $8 billion in state bonds for building the Los Angeles-to-San Francisco train. We'll discuss what this means for the project.

Guests:

Quentin Kopp, former chairman of the state Senate transportation committee, and former member the San Francisco Board of Supervisors

Juliet Williams, political reporter for the Associated Press

Dan Richard, chairman, California High-Speed Rail Authority

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