Analyzing what’s happening in Washington when it comes to funding environmental cleanup at Los Alamos National Laboratory and funding for the Chemistry Metallurgy Research Replacement can be somewhat of a tricky proposition.
It seems everybody has their own agenda.
Last week, the House of Representatives passed its version of the FY13 Energy and Water Appropriations Bill.
The bill would earmark $215 million for cleanup at Los Alamos National Laboratory and there would be no funding for the CMRR project.
Congressmen Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) and Martin Heinrich both voted for the measure.