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Resource ID: #14247
Subject: Environment
Source: San Francisco Examiner
Date: 1997-11-01



During the summer of 1997, a federal plan to ship tons of high level radioactive waste through the San Francisco Bay drew protests from residents, county officials and even the state's Republican governor. But what most Californians didn't realize was that such massive and dangerous movements of nuclear materials had been taking place in the Bay Area for decades -- without the public ever being told. McCormick and Kay investigate a booming, secretive nuclear industry in an area long known for its anti-nuclear stance.

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