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Texans celebrate repeal of Trans Texas Corridor


Um... how do you repeal something unless it really exists?


(AUSTIN, TEXAS - October 16, 2011) - For the first time since the 80th legislative session in 2007, all the grassroots groups that took on Texas Governor Rick Perry to stop the Trans Texas Corridor (TTC) and place a moratorium on public private partnerships (or P3s) gathered at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, Saturday, October 15, to celebrate their collective victory in finally achieving the complete repeal of the Trans Texas Corridor from state statute (Kolkhorst's HB 1201 was signed into law June 17, 2011).

4 years ago ... (2007)


just a few months ago (June 2011)...


Relating to repeal of authority for the establishment and operation of the Trans-Texas Corridor.


They'll still build it, eventually, just in smaller steps.
Well-paid shmucks will still be on tell-lie-vision denying its existence even as the concrete is being poured.

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Rick GComment by Rick G - October 19, 2011, 9:18 am
That corridor would physically split the country in two. It would make an effective border to cross (with the proper papers and a thorough search by T S A of course).

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