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Phil Krinkie, St. Paul, column: The Great Train Robbery, Minnesota-style

Published 06/27/2012

The commuter rail line that cost more than $300 million to build requires a $14 million taxpayer subsidy to operate. That works out to a subsidy of more than $20 per ride, just so some people don’t have to pay to park in downtown Minneapolis.

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