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Biden Admin Review Muzzles Pentagon Head of Nuke Matters
A Pentagon official pulled out of a scheduled public briefing about plutonium pit production at the Savannah River Site this week because of a gag order imposed by a Biden Administration review, a group advising the South Carolina government on nuclear matters said. Drew Walter, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for nuclear matters, was supposed to brief the South Carolina Governor’s Nuclear Advisory Council on Monday about Savannah River pits on Monday, “but at the present time, the Biden administration is engaged in a full review of the program and until such time as they settle out on exactly what they want to do moving forward, [Walter] would not…
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