In “Our View: Time to settle Hanford case, avoid costly trials,” the Spokesman-Review editorial board hits all the right notes, concluding “the legal maneuvering to avoid responsibility has gone on long enough,” in the case of the potential 2, 000 downwinders exposed to radiation from shortcuts during the Manhattan Project. However, whatever the amount that is compromised, it won’t be enough for what these residents have been through and had no control of, while the government did. More. And once again, check out Karen Dorne Steele’s recent Hanford feature.
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