California High-Speed Rail Authority
chairman Dan Richard says the system will attract private sector investors.
a group of professors, economists and C-E-O's who've been studying the rail plan
for years say that's unlikely. Some have concerns that L.A. taxpayers, who are
picking up a big chunk of the tab, may never get their high-speed train.
Investigative producer Heidi Cuda
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