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Dollars no longer flow uphill

September 5, 1983

Everyone from dam builders to dam blockers agrees that no new, large and federally funded dams are likely to be built.

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Dollars no longer flow uphill
Everyone from dam builders to dam blockers agrees that no new, large and federally funded dams are likely to be built.

Perspective

Nuking the media
Trickery and half-truths are what the nuclear industry and its appendages fed to America's journalists for several decades. It used journalists to tell America that nuclear power was perfectly safe, run by well-trained technicians, and would provide the nation with endless amounts of very cheap energy.

News

Navajos, utility agree to talk
The Navajo tribe and Public Service Company of New Mexico have stopped struggling for control over 35,000 acres of coal-rich land south of Farmington. Instead, they've begun to negotiate a partnership to jointly develop a power plant there.
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