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Gov. Jeb Bush and Florida Chief Financial Officer Tom Gallagher have launched a disinformation campaign to discredit and defeat the Florida high-speed rail project voted into our constitution in 2000. This month, e-mails and letters asked Florida taxpayers to make contributions and sign petitions reversing the amendment.
The nine-member High Speed Rail Authority was appointed by the state's conservative Republican leadership. Bush, the Senate president and the speaker of the House appointed three members each. Now Bush and Gallagher would have the world believe that the authority is planning to take billions from our children's education, health care for seniors and other vital services to finance a frivolous folly.
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