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The Fleecing of America (Train to Nowhere) #722237

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 20, 2003
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Burlington, Vermont: Pat Dawson) The end of the line for the Champlain Flyer, a commuter train that runs twelve miles between Burlington, Vermont, and the suburban town of Charlotte, Vermont. [Vermont Governor Jim DOUGLAS††- comments on shutting down the train because there are not enough passengers.] [In 1998, then-Governor Howard DEAN††– says we’ll try this for three years.] [Vermont state representative George SCHIAVONE†- comments on the cost of running the train.] [Commuter train supporter Andrea SISINO†- says it costs taxpayers more to use cars.]

Williams, Brian;
Dawson, Pat

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