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Voters approve high-speed rail; critics say it's a wild bet

Buoyed by voter approval of a $9.95 billion bond issue for high-speed rail, backers of a statewide bullet train said Wednesday that they're already working to line up the additional billions they will need to build a high-tech transit system linking the major cities of California.

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Hawaii also voted in a monorail system.

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