Protecting the Nation's Nuclear Materials, Part 3 The Energy Department says in September it will begin moving weapons-grade nuclear material from its current location in New Mexico to a more secure location in the Nevada desert. Activists concerned with the security of the material say the move is long overdue. Hear NPR's David Kestenbaum.
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Protecting the Nation's Nuclear Materials, Part 3

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Protecting the Nation's Nuclear Materials, Part 3

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The Energy Department says in September it will begin moving weapons-grade nuclear material from its current location in New Mexico to a more secure location in the Nevada desert. Activists concerned with the security of the material say the move is long overdue. Hear NPR's David Kestenbaum.

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