rick scott high speed rail

Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) announced plans to spend some $215 million in state funds to build a railroad hub at Orlando
"I’m going to continue fighting for that funding, which is absolutely essential to northeast transportation," said Sen. Richard
In an auditorium inside the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on a mid-April day in 2009, President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood unveiled an ambitious plan to revamp America's rail infrastructure.
Going forward, those private-public partnerships will be integral to ensuring that rail infrastructure continues to be modernized
The high-speed rail project that Gov. Rick Scott doomed last February by turning down more than $2 billion in federal money
The remaining Florida funds will be spent throughout the country (not just in the more reliably Democratic northeast). Roughly
Republican intransigence over government spending has paid dividends yet again in Illinois, as the state has been awarded
Florida received a few blows to the proverbial gut recently as two technology companies announced their stunning growth... followed by a rapid departure.
That's from Mother Jones' Suzy Khimm, who points us toward this article in the St. Petersburg Times: Despite his being best
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is not afraid to make enemies. Read more on The Washington Post