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Amtrak could be forced to sell assets

Critics question plan to withhold federal subsidies

By Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / February 22, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration's effort to force passenger rail restructuring by driving Amtrak into bankruptcy probably would force the railroad to sell off its stations and trains to repay billions of dollars in debt, leaving the system in tatters, rail specialists said last week. (Full article: 824 words)

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