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Members of the New Mexico Congressional delegations announced Wednesday that the necessary Senate and House committees have approved a reprogramming request for an additional $19 million needed to assist in maintaining the ongoing cleanup and environmental management efforts at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
“Congress’ quick approval of the $19 million we’ve been pushing for is welcome news to prevent layoffs and ensure the stability of critical nuclear waste cleanup efforts underway at LANL,” said Sen. Tom Udall, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee. “Getting funds reprogrammed is no easy task — especially with the sequester taking a toll across the nation — so I’m proud we have made progress in getting LANL the resources they need to meet legal obligations and safely dispose of the waste. The White House and Department of Energy have been very responsive to our efforts and I will continue doing everything I can to secure additional funds to get the job done.”
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