NASA aims to make field lab a cultural site; activists say it’s ploy to get out of cleanup July 8, 2020
Ventura County Star
“NASA’s nomination of the entire Santa Susana Field Laboratory to be listed in the national register is entirely designed to help it evade cleaning up its portions of the site,” said Denise Duffield, associate director of Physicians for Social Responsibility — Los Angeles.
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