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Resource ID: #16433
Subject: Waste Disposal
Source: San Diego Union-Tribune
Date: December 13, 1996 - August 23, 1997


This series of stories examines that although universities and hospitals have no inexpensive way to dispose of radioactive by-products, an effort to build a dump to store the low-level nuclear waste had taken nearly three-decades to do so in California's Mojave Desert. Federal law had required southwestern states to build a dump.

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