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Get Ready for DC Days 2006!!!

DC days will be March 26-29, 2006. What is DC Days? It is four days of training, education and political advocacy sponsored by the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability. Watch good documentaries about protecting our environment.

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DynamiteHow close do you live to a route that could carry high level nuclear waste --
the deadliest substance known to humankind

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State of Nevada vs. U.S. Dept. of Energy

View the State of Nevada's opening brief in the lawsuit challenging DOE's transportation mode and Caliente rail corridor decisions.

Your Government in Action - How do you like them now?

The folks along the Caliente Rail Corridor are being visited in their homes by officials who are trying to convince them that storing nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain is a good idea. Lucky for all of us that Kevin Emerich, who lives right outside of Beatty got in touch with us and is sharing a detailed account of his meeting. Even our youth are getting involved and creating a rites of passage social movement to enact change. I find it incredibly scary - how about you? -- pmj

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