The Associated Press
ALBUQUERQUE — Four government agencies in southeastern New Mexico are getting together to try to persuade the federal government to put a high-level nuclear waste site in their region.
Eddy and Lea counties and the cities of Carlsbad and Hobbs said this week they’re working on a partnership with French nuclear conglomerate Areva to promote a storage site for waste from nuclear power plants.
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