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Groundhog Day for Gov. Brown. Legacy Projects Again Face Uncertainty

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As Jerry Brown enters the final months of his second go-around as Governor, the status of his two legacy projects — the twin tunnels and high-speed rail — is reminiscent of when he left office the first time.
CALmatters columnist Dan Walters looks back to 1982, when Brown’s original second-term wound down. His dreams of a statewide water delivery system and a train connecting northern and southern California never materialized.
Fast forward to today, where the Governor’s very similar legacy projects once again face an uncertain future.
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David Taub has spent most of his career in journalism behind the scenes working as a TV assignment editor and radio producer. For more than a decade, he has worked in the Fresno market with such stops at KSEE-24, KMJ and Power Talk 96.7. Taub also worked the production and support side of some of TV sports biggest events including the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals and NASCAR to name a few. Taub graduated from the University of Michigan with dual degrees in communications and political science. You can contact David at 559-492-4037 or at Send an Email