Congress brainstorms PPPs for high-speed rail

Gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman John Mica threatened to use subpoena power to show that previous legislation had been written with a goal to 'discourage' and 'dissuade' private involvement in rail and vowed 'it's not going to happen again'.

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