Clearing Calif.'s $68B Rail Plan Won't End Legal Woes

Law360, San Diego (November 19, 2012, 10:55 PM EST) -- California officials cleared a major hurdle Friday when a state judge denied a preliminary injunction bid by several farm groups that could have forced the state's $68.4 billion high-speed rail project to a screeching halt, but legal challenges over the massive development plan are far from over, according to experts.

Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Timothy Frawley rejected a motion by the Madera County Farm Bureau and other groups to temporarily stop the California High-Speed Rail Authority from moving forward with the initial section of the...
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