While California expects companies to pay for more than half of the cost of the proposed high-speed rail line between Los Angeles and San Francisco, potential investors are saying, “not so fast,” Bloomberg reports. Californians may be asked to contribute more than $10 billion in bond funds to keep investors happy, but that won’t be an easy sell to taxpayers.
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