Nevada raises new concerns about Yucca Mountain licensing plan

WASHINGTON — 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.

Gov. Brian Sandoval, R-Nevada, has led the state’s opposition to storing nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain, noting that:

No amount of monetary benefits can compensate for the coerced selection of an unsafe site.

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