Nuclear workers from Pa. plant eligible for compensation
After a yearslong fight, tens of thousands of workers at a former nuclear fuel processing plant in Armstrong County are now eligible for government aid for their illnesses.
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#1 Feb 25, 2008
Unlike years past, this looks to be another one of those false hopes. Even though the big meeting is in the near future, I;m sure it will lead to an altimate let down. I feel for the families that were hoping for some $ when their loved ones passed away to assist in getting them back on their feet but 14 years later these people are stressed out and non-believers. Don;t get me wrong, I hope this $ comes through but don't bank on it.
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