Earmark moratorium could impact railroad project

Feb 2, 2011 Full story: Mississippi Business Journal

The Rail Authority of East Mississippi has $1 million in a congressional appropriation for the proposed rail link from Waynesboro to Lucedale, but there is a problem, according to the authority's executive director.

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#1 Feb 2, 2011
If our government would quit having all these earmarks, I am willing to give up some projects. It has to stop one way or the other.
mickey123

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#2 Feb 3, 2011
I agree Maudie Mae. It may hurt, but as you said, it has to stop somewhere. If it stops here, it must stop elsewhere.

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