January 21, 2013

Boondoggling in Never-Never Land

Editorial, Washington Times


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Washington engineers waste. After pouring billions into a nuclear waste storage repository, the Obama administration has added its two cents: Start over. . .

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TAGGED: Domestic Energy, Nuclear Energy, Renewable Energy, U.S. Energy Policy, Politics, Washington Times

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