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  Posted on: Wednesday, June 5, 2019
US to label nuclear waste as less dangerous to quicken cleanup
The Guardian
The US government plans to reclassify some of the nation’s most dangerous radioactive waste to lower its threat level, outraging critics who say the move would make it cheaper and easier to walk away from cleaning up nuclear weapons production sites in Washington state, Idaho and South Carolina.

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