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Published: Tuesday, Jan. 10 2012 4:55 p.m. MST

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lket
Bluffdale, UT

as is the way in utah big compaies get their way because the elected reps are all about as much money as fast as possible and to heck with the 4 or 5 generations. because no matter what they say it all gets into ground water some day. no container is for ever. but some waist is for thousands of years. ask urainium miner about it. of the ones in the 50s and 60s there may not be any alive.

one old man
Ogden, UT

I'm all for the idea of storing as much nuclear waste in Utah as possible.

Just think of all the money everyone will save on electric bills when the entire state glows in the dark.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

Profit...

before the lives and welfare of the people of Utah.

And the people of Utah just keep, voting for them.

DN Subscriber
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Blah, blah, blah- more whining by a handful of the usual suspects about a proposal that is safe and legal under current laws. This does not risk public safety, and should be a non-issue.

More people are threatend by radiation from natural sources such as radon in the rocks Utah sits on, or from the sun, or from using cell phones. Go protest those instead.

Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

DN Subscriber said:
Blah, blah, blah- more whining by a handful of the usual suspects about a proposal that is safe and legal under current laws. This does not risk public safety, and should be a non-issue.

Thank you Montgomery Burn for your valued opinion, but that's all it is.
We were told the same thing about the nuclear tests in Nevada, safe and legal.

Legal has little to do with safety vs cold hard cash payed to representatives or say lawyers who are now in Washington pretending to represent Utah's citizens while really lining their pockets with money from Utah Corps who previously employed them.

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