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Reaction has been swift regarding an Inspector General’s report which pointed out that former Rep. Heather Wilson failed to provide documentation in the consulting work she provided for the nation’s laboratories including Los Alamos and Sandia.
The four management contractors at Los Alamos, Sandia, Nevada Test Site and Oak Ridge were required to repay the government $442,000 for their irregular payments to Wilson.
Jay Coghlan, Director of Nuclear Watch New Mexico, commented, “The question now becomes whether Wilson should personally be paying the government back. In any event, these new findings on the depth of her conflict-of-interest should bury her political future in New Mexico once and for all. Further, she should resign from the NNSA Council on the future of the nuclear weapons labs, or be replaced by congressional leadership if she doesn’t go voluntarily.”
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