A March meeting between Nye County officials and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission chairwoman, who would oversee any future proceeding to determine if Yucca Mountain is safe for storage of waste, drew the ire of Nevada and its lawmakers on Tuesday.
House lawmakers with nuclear power plants in their congressional districts on Monday decried federal failure to license and construct a permanent repository at Yucca Mountain as two Nevada congresswomen argued against storing waste in the state.
A federal advisory panel took a preliminary step Tuesday in a lengthy process to determine if a nuclear waste repository should be built at Yucca Mountain.
Adam Laxalt was listed as a speaker for a major National Rifle Association event, but the Nevada attorney general’s name and face have been wiped from the event’s website.
President Donald Trump renewed his commitment to restart licensing on the controversial Yucca Mountain nuclear repository in Nevada on Monday with a funding request tucked into a $4.4 trillion budget blueprint.
It is past time to put Yucca Mountain to bed through hearing the science.
Nevada has detailed fresh concerns about plans to expedite licensing of Yucca Mountain as a nuclear repository in a report that was delivered by the state’s congressional delegation to key House members on Friday.
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U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei , R-Nev., thinks the House will pass a Yucca Mountain revival bill — maybe before Thanksgiving.
U.S. Rep. John Shimkus came to Nevada Tuesday with an unpopular message: Why he’s pushing a bill that would revive the Yucca Mountain project.