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H.Res. 1123 (111th): Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives with respect to the use of Yucca Mountain as the Nation’s primary permanent nuclear waste storage site.


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2/26/2010--Introduced. Declares that the House of Representatives: (1) strongly believes that the decision to abandon the 23-year bipartisan project establishing Yucca Mountain (Nevada) as the nation's primary permanent nuclear waste storage site breaks a promise made to certain states and violates the letter of the law by extending the length of time states will be forced to store nuclear waste; and (2) calls upon the President to honor the bipartisan commitment made to taxpayers to establish Yucca Mountain as the nation's primary permanent nuclear waste storage site.