Lawyers or politicians and possibly even holocaust "confirmers" (hugh! What an ugly term I just coined) are not doing themselves much of a favor on that one. Here's what they have planned:
"The law will make Maryland the first state to require that a company seeking government rail contracts provides all records about Nazi victims it transported and any personal belongings taken from them, supporters said."
Wouldn't it be nice to encourage the development of TGVs in North America, to bring some real alternatives to the almighty interstate highways system or the domestic airlines?
History recorded quite a few genocides since the days of Christopher Columbus but this particular one overshadows all others with some arrogance.
Today, 72 years later, what are the chances that someone involved in wrongdoings is still alive or, even less improbable, employed by the same company. If no culprits survived then why should following generations have to pay for crimes done by former employees and what lessons will they learn from that?