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Reality Check: What are you voting for if you vote "yes" on the streetcar issue?

(FOX19) - All this week, Reality Check, has been taking an in-depth look at the ballot initiative surrounding the Cincinnati streetcar.

Thursday, we made it three in a row, as we tackled the issue from one more angle.  If you choose to vote "yes" and put an end to Cincinnati's streetcar before it begins, what exactly are you voting for.

Would it surprise you that its more than just the current streetcar that will be affected?

How about all rail projects for the next 10 years?

Maybe you would say, that's exactly what I'm voting for.

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