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Cleaning Up After America's Nuclear-Weapons Program

The state of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory reveals a contradiction in the Department of Energy’s efforts to clean up America's 70-year-old nuclear-weapons program. Contaminated, decommissioned buildings are being maintained because of a lack of funds to tear them down.

The state of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory reveals a contradiction in the Department of Energy’s efforts to clean up America's 70-year-old nuclear-weapons program. Contaminated, decommissioned buildings are being maintained because of a lack of funds to tear them down. 

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