Anja Raudabaugh

Madera County Farm Bureau

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Executive Director of the Madera County Farm Bureau in California's Central Valley

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The state legislature has given Governor Brown and President Obama a victory by  approving $4.7 billion in bonds  to begin building a bullet train from Los Angeles to San Francisco.

Will California Really Get High Speed Rail?

The state legislature has given Governor Brown and President Obama a victory by approving $4.7 billion in bonds to begin building a bullet train from Los Angeles to San Francisco.

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