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Nuclear waste and wildland fire make a wicked cocktail. But if the nuclear waste contains ignitable chemicals that might spontaneously erupt, spewing sparks and radioactive materials in the vicinity of canisters containing similar concoctions, then that very well might call for extraordinary vigilance.
Last week, the Defense Nuclear Facility Safety Board paid a visit to Northern New Mexico, seeking assurances that the issue of wildfire at Los Alamos National Laboratory was adequately addressed and that the federal managers and lab contractors
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When we think of domestic violence, we tend to think of black eyes and broken bones. What we need to recognize is that domestic violence happens on a continuum, all the way from insults and bullying to bruises and broken bones.
The purpose of this series of columns is to clarify what constitutes domestic abuse, and explore what can be done about it, and resources to assist victims of abuse.
Where does domestic abuse happen? The conventional wisdom in many communities is expressed in one answer to that question, “Well, we don’t need to worry about that. We don’t have any of
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