Santa Susana Field Lab could become cultural site; some fear that will impede toxic cleanup June 28, 2020

Los Angeles Daily News

“The entire move was deployed by NASA to get out of having to do the cleanup of the site,” said Denise Duffield with the LA Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility. “ If they (NASA) respected this land so much, they wouldn’t have polluted it so terribly.”

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