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The Radioactive and Hazardous Materials Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature begins two days of hearings in the area with a meeting Thursday in Española and Los Alamos on Friday.
“During these two days, we will continue our efforts to explore New Mexico’s role in providing energy to its own citizens, the region and the nation in the future,” said Chairman Representative John A. Heaton (D-Carlsbad) in a press relese.
“In addition, because of the importance of nuclear power to the security, independence and climate of the United States, we will be given a tutorial on spent fuel recycling to help us understand what we must do to manage spent fuel as the nuclear power industry grows.”
The committee announced plans for a day-long session at the Ohkay Conference Center Thursday and another half day at Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos Friday.
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