Congressman Steve Pearce: WIPP could accept more nuke waste
Carlsbad >> Legislation introduced by Congressman Steve Pearce, R-NM, could extend the life of Southeast New Mexico's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant for at least eight years.
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#1 Aug 7, 2013
Southeastern corner New Mexico America's Nuclear Trash Can, WHY People of Southeast corner NM always have been considered trash people, wrong side of I-40 and the wrong side of I-20.
#2 Aug 8, 2013
We should move the heck outta here!
#3 Aug 8, 2013
I am officially opening W.I.N. Women in Nude. Come on and walk right in, as long as you are hot and nude, you are welcome! It's a win-win!!!
#4 Aug 8, 2013
have you made an effort to understand nuclear issues, or are you just pulling your skirt over your head?
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