I reported on Tuesday that high speed rail was going forward in Wisconsin.  I reported yesterday that the GOP was going to try to stop it.  Now the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports:

The state Department of Transportation has told contractors on the high-speed rail line between Madison and Milwaukee to stop work on the federally funded project “for a few days,” in the wake of rail opponent Scott Walker’s victory in the governor’s race, Transportation Secretary Frank Busalacchi said Thursday.


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