Big L.A. Crowd Protests Jerry Brown's High Speed Rail Route
Angry people spilled from a packed auditorium at the Ronald Reagan State Office Building in L.A., demanding that the bullet train be prevented from slicing through rare surviving countryside just outside the city, or cutting in half the historic town of San Fernando. The crowd made up a loud new coalition that presents Jerry Brown with a potent force against his high speed dream. Read the full story: Turns Out Almost Nobody Wants a Bullet Train in Their Back Yard.