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High Country News February 19, 1982

Feds study nuke dump near Canyonlands

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Feds study nuke dump near Canyonlands

The U.S. Department of Energy may build a nuclear waste storage facility in Davis or Lavender canyons, near Utah's Canyonlands National Park.

Illegals: working their way through Utah

Utah officials are skeptical of federal legislation that would limit the undocumented, illegal workers who figure centrally in the state's agricultural economy.

Trying a "Bold" land swap

Utah Gov. Scott Matheson is requesting a long-delayed federal public land swap, as well as other land exchanges to consolidate Utah's widely dispersed state lands into more manageable blocks.

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