The U.S. government has compensated over 52,000 nuclear workers illnesses related to radiation exposure, but the process is complicated. Deaths resulting from exposure while working at the plants and the compensation process for survivors begs the question: How much is a life worth? Brittany Peterson McClatchy
The U.S. government has compensated over 52,000 nuclear workers illnesses related to radiation exposure, but the process is complicated. Deaths resulting from exposure while working at the plants and the compensation process for survivors begs the question: How much is a life worth? Brittany Peterson McClatchy

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December 11, 2015 11:27 AM

McClatchy reports: 33,480 Americans dead after 70 years of atomic weaponry

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