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Rick Scott High-Speed Rail Decision May Have Cost Florida $31 To $45 Million In Revenues: Report

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The high-speed rail project that Gov. Rick Scott doomed last February by turning down more than $2 billion in federal money would have made an annual surplus of $31 million to $45 million within a decade of operation, according to a state report.

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