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Should Uranium Mining Return to Grants? (1 of 2)

  • Aired: 10/05/2008
  • 05:53
  • Rating: TV-PG
As the nation talks about creating alternatives to traditional energy sources, nuclear energy has been brought to the table of possibilities. Uranium, an essential ingredient for nuclear energy development, is found in large deposits under Grants. Some say the town should welcome the industry back to an area that struggles with its economy. Others say the land is sacred and needs to be protected.
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Get a glimpse of the history of Grants and the area's need for economic development.
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