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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Moonbeam
After a 28-year absence, Jerry Brown has returned to the California governor's mansion with a mission to make America's most broke state less broke and more green. He might as well try singing "California Dreamin' " to the tune of "The Impossible Dream." Since being sworn in Jan. 3, Mr. Brown has declared a fiscal emergency and pressured the state legislature to close a $25.4 billion budget gap. His plan to balance the once Golden State's ledger contains a 50-50 combination of spending cuts and tax hikes.
In an election year of the angry electorate, former governors in five states are hoping that a deja vu appeal sells better than the anti-establishment pitch.
She uses a chartered jet; he flies Southwest. Her mentor was Mitt Romney; he worked for Mother Teresa. She pays her chief campaign consultant $90,000 a month; his worked for free most of last year.