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Inland Rail: the fight to keep politicians on-track.

Farmers effected by a proposed inland rail system running through western New South Wales say they’re not opposed to the idea, but want to work with government to ensure everyone benefits.

Labor has committed to conduct an independent inquiry — the coalition is being urged to come to the party.

The 10-billion-dollar project will create a freight line between Melbourne and Brisbane but will impact a number of properties.

We caught up with New South Wales Farmers’ Inland Rail Taskforce Chairman Adrian Lyons to hear more.

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