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  • Food Zap

    Target Television asks if the federal government's plan to build several food irradiation plants around the country isn't just another way to dispose of nuclear waste material, August 1985.
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    Albuquerque Journal series examines the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory's nuclear waste and radioactive contamination; looks at risk of atomic mishap, self-monitoring, elevated cancer rate, radioactive dumping and more, October 1979.
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    Christian Science Monitor prints a five-part series on the search for a permanent high-level nuclear waste storage site.
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    Amarillo News-Globe does series on many aspects of the nuclear waste problem; focuses on Nuclear Regulatory Commission's proposed high-level nuclear waste repository and its impact if located in Deaf Smith County, Texas, one of the recommended sites.
  • Forevermore: Nuclear waste in America

    Philadelphia Inquirer series by the Pulitzer prize-winning team of James Steele and Don Barlett investigates the state of nuclear waste in America. For 40 years, the decision of what to do with the mountains of waste has been postponed by government and industry. Now, the era of runaway nuclear-waste production brings with it the potential for an environmental nightmare.