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Legislators are debating transportation funding to decide whether taxpayer dollars should support commuter rail or new TRAX lines. City Weekly asked Sam Weller’s display coordinator Jenn Nielsen what she thinks:

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Mass transit has improved since TRAX. It’s much easier to get around. I hope they decide to further improve transit so more people will come downtown and support local businesses. Commuter rail can wait.