By Keith Laing
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) apparently doesn't just dislike railways that would be paid for by the federal government. A state-funded rail project also meets the governor’s disapproval.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that Scott held up another proposed commuter train system in that city, which would have been paid for by state dollars.
Here's Aaron Deslatte's take on how the decision could give Scott some leverage with state lawmakers who he angered by recently rejecting $2.4 billion in federal high-speed rail money: