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January 04, 2019

Nevada Fears Savannah River Plutonium Could Be Moved By End of January

By Dan Leone
The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has less than a year to remove 1 metric ton of weapon-usable plutonium from South Carolina, and the agency will not rule out moving it before the end of January, according to a court filing the state of Nevada…
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