All Aboard Florida revs up political spending while awaiting passenger train permits

Posted on April 1, 2016

By George Andreassi


All Aboard Florida has $3 billion riding on a passenger train project that could be derailed if Florida denies just one of the 17 permits the company needs to proceed.

What are AAF companies doing to ensure that doesn't happen? To answer that question, Treasure Coast Newspapers pored over lobbyist compensation databases, state campaign finance reports and state and federal records, and conducted more than a dozen interviews to see how the companies invested money in Florida's political machine.

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