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  • Of Nuclear Proportions

    Federal scientists allege catastrophic mismanagement of the costliest environmental cleanup in the world
      Razor wire surrounds Hanfordâeuro;™s makeshift borders while tattered signs warn of potential contamination and fines for those daring enough to trespass. This vast stretch of high desert plains is rural Washington at its most serene. And it is, by all accounts, a nuclear wasteland.
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  • Going Nuclear
  • Going Nuclear

    The feds want feedback on their Hanford cleanup plan — and last week they got it
      Mary Beth Burandt of DOE’s Office of River Protection in Richland, explained the 6,000-page Environmental Impact Statement in a short presentation and concluded that officials would take public comments into account in the final decisionmaking process.
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  • Radioactivity on the Ballot

      The Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Eastern Washington is the most polluted site in the Western Hemisphere and the biggest environmental cleanup site in the United States. The federal Department of Energy (DOE) has been charged with the cle
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