If it ever gets built, California's Central Valley will be the starting point for the wildly controversial $68 billion so-called high speed rail project. The tracks would wind their way through the farmland with the first leg stretching from Somerset to Fresno. Here's a closer look at this route from the town of Madera, where we talked to some farmers and a county supervisor. You'll also see how the plans have changed over the months.
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