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Texas values collide in fight over Houston-Dallas high speed rail

A proposed high-speed rail line between the state's two largest urban areas represents the collision of two things Texans hold dear: private property rights and an unrestrained free market

5-year-old Cainen Calhoun runs to catch up to his father Charlie on his family's land in Bedias, Texas, on Sept. 15, 2018. A…
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Living off the land

Randa and Charlie Calhoun with their twin sons, Cainen and Cash, 5, fish on their land in Bedias, Texas, on Sept. 15, 2018. …
Central Texas Partners released this map showing the likely route of a high-speed rail line between Dallas and Houston.

In Grimes County, neighbors face a choice

Charlie Calhoun with twin sons Cainen and Cash, 5, raise cattle on their land in Bedias, Texas, on Sept. 15, 2018. A propose…

In the cities, promises of renewal

A DART train station near an undeveloped area in the Cedars neighborhood in the south side of Dallas, a proposed location fo…

Lives on hold

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