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Rail group's deal with Amtrak rapped

Critics: Link saps nonprofit's ability to speak for riders

By Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / September 9, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The National Association of Railroad Passengers, an advocacy group that lobbies for more federal spending on Amtrak and is frequently quoted in newspaper articles about the railroad, received more than $30,000 from Amtrak last year under a contract to provide customer feedback. (Full article: 558 words)

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