Nevada's Atomic Museum Opens to Criticism

A new museum in Las Vegas tells the story of America's nuclear testing program in the Nevada desert. Critics say a crucial part of that story has been left out — the impact of radioactive fallout on scores of people. NPR's Luke Burbank reports.

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