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The guerilla war between monorail and light rail in Seattle has finally tumbled out of the political shadows.
"This November," intones the cover of a 16-page advertising insert paid for by the Yes on I-83 Committee, "Seattle will make its most important mass transit decision for the next 40 years. Should we expand the light rail system already under construction or build a stand-alone monorail line?"
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