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Backers of the high-speed rail project required by a 2000 constitutional amendment asked a judge Wednesday to throw out thousands of petition signatures collected by a group that wants the project killed.
The bullet train's opponents turned in thousands of invalid petitions to get repeal measure on the November ballot, backers alleged.
The lawsuit alleges that the petition forms don't include the names and addresses of their paid circulators as required by state law.
A group called Derail the Bullet Train, led by Florida Chief Financial Officer Tom Gallagher, is trying to get the measure on the ballot, saying the train will cost too much. Gov. Jeb Bush is also backing the repeal effort.
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