Lobbyists: A Win by Lautenberg Would Be Good News for Amtrak

Sanchez, Humberto
November 2002
Bond Buyer;11/1/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31504, p56
Trade Publication
Reports that U.S.-based company Amtrak and high-speed rail advocates could benefit from a victory by Democratic New Jersey Senate candidate Frank Lautenberg in the November, 2002 election. Professional background of Lautenberg; Advantage of an improved version of the high-speed rail bond plan for Amtrak; Opposition to include the company in the surface transportation bill.


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