Schwarzenegger vetoes bill on Nazi railroad legacies

October 2010
New Jersey Jewish News;10/7/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 40, p21
The article reports on the move of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to veto a bill which requires companies bidding on the state's high-speed rail contract to disclose their roles in transporting Jews to Nazi concentration camps.


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