California’s costly high-speed bullet train boondoggle has officially entered a zombie-like state of existence, neither truly alive nor fully dead.
As monumental boondoggles go, it’s hard to top California’s bullet train.
It’s all about spending, expanding government, and ruling-class privilege.
After racking up bills of over $77 billion, California’s new governor announced that the high-speed rail project will be dramatically scaled back.
In his first State of the State address, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he is ending the state’s high-speed rail project.
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Until the California Bullet Train project is canceled, the one thing that can be guaranteed is that its cost will grow even higher than the $77 billion it is slated to cost taxpayers today.