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Florida Democrats to meet with Sebelius over decision on AIDS drug funds

Michael Rajner, legislative director of the Florida GLBT Democratic Caucus , tells The Florida Independent in a written statement that Sen.
Jul 31, 2020

Florida Democrats to meet with Sebelius over decision on AIDS drug funds

Florida Democrats to meet with Sebelius over decision on AIDS drug funds

Michael Rajner, legislative director of the Florida GLBT Democratic Caucus , tells The Florida Independent in a written statement that Sen.
Michael Rajner, legislative director of the Florida GLBT Democratic Caucus , tells The Florida Independent in a written statement that Sen.
Jul 31, 2020

Michelle Obama to Hit ‘Daily Show’

Michelle Obama to Hit ‘Daily Show’

Michelle Obama will make her first appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Wednesday. Her husband has already done three visits, but Michelle
Michelle Obama will make her first appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Wednesday. Her husband has already done three visits, but Michelle
Jul 31, 2020

Los Alamos National Labs to get multi-billion-dollar plutonium facility

Los Alamos National Labs to get multi-billion-dollar plutonium facility

Yesterday The National Nuclear Security Administration confirmed its plans to replace an aging Los Alamos National Labs facility, which runs across a major fault line, with an estimated $4-6 billion plutonium lab. According to the NNSA notice, the new building “would provide vitally essential technical support capabilities to NNSA’s national security mission.” However, according to Greg Mello of the Albuquerque-based Los Alamos Study Group, a LANL watchdog, the project creates very few new jobs for New Mexicans — perhaps as few as 300 — over its projected 10-year-long construction. Moreover, the unofficial cost of the building by the time of its actual completion could run as high as $12 billion.
Yesterday The National Nuclear Security Administration confirmed its plans to replace an aging Los Alamos National Labs facility, which runs across a major fault line, with an estimated $4-6 billion plutonium lab. According to the NNSA notice, the new building “would provide vitally essential technical support capabilities to NNSA’s national security mission.” However, according to Greg Mello of the Albuquerque-based Los Alamos Study Group, a LANL watchdog, the project creates very few new jobs for New Mexicans — perhaps as few as 300 — over its projected 10-year-long construction. Moreover, the unofficial cost of the building by the time of its actual completion could run as high as $12 billion.
Jul 31, 2020
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