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OPPOSE WCS RADIOACTIVE WASTE DUMP
Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear (left) and Lon Burnam, Peace Farm board member (right), protesting the dangerous nuclear waste dump planned for Andrews, Texas, as well as one planned for New Mexico.
Dumping nuclear waste on the Southwest region would be massive environmental injustice.
Millions of people who live near ports and railroad tracks across the country would also be put at risk from leaks, accidents, or sabotage from irradiated fuels rods. Exposure to radiation leads to cancers, birth defects, and death. Help protect your neighbors and communities nationwide. Prevent radioactive contamination by telling the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to halt the high-level radioactive waste storage licensing applications immediately.