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9:27 am
Thu November 15, 2012

Uranium Mill Hearings Conclude

The state health department is deciding—again—whether or not to allow a new uranium mill in Southwest Colorado. It would be the first licensed in the country in more than twenty-five years. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment approved the project last year—but a judge threw it out, and called for more public hearings. Those were held in Nucla over the last week. They’re the latest in the larger debate about whether or not to revive the uranium industry here. Reporter Elise Thatcher has the story.

Listen to the report on the Pinon Ridge Uranium Mill hearings.
Paradox Basin in southwest Colorado

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