On SSFL, stop moving the goalpost and get the job done

“When it comes to cleaning up the radiological and chemical carcinogens left behind at the field lab after years of improper handling, time is of the essence. While the politicians and environmentalists fuss over legal technicalities, the clock continues to run and an increasing number of residents are at risk of being exposed to invisible toxins. Enough is enough.”
The Acorn editorial board wrote these words nearly 10 years ago. And in the decade since, little if any progress has been made to a...

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