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Senate Bill 34 - storing nuclear waste in West Kentucky - Nuts
Storage of wastes produced by a plant like this one is unsolved barrier to nuclear power.
Senate Bill 34 - storing nuclear waste in West Kentucky - Nuts

Senate Bill 34 is sponsored by two western Kentucky lawmakers, Bob Leeper of Paducah and Ken Winters of Murray. The bill changes current law in Kentucky from disposal of “high level nuclear wastes” to storage. It turns over to the Kentucky Public Service Commission authority to decide if the plan for storage complies with US regulatory law.

Let me say with nothing but love for the Honorable Gentlemen from the Purchase, the idea is nuts.

It was nuts before nuclear plants started melting down in Japan.

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Agriculture, Home and Garden

Keep the Romance Alive
Cecille Brunner is an antique rose.
Keep the Romance Alive

I am not talking about the romance in your life, but in your garden, of course!  For thousands of years, roses have been used for medicinal and ritualistic purposes and as symbols of lineage.  But most people around the world view roses as the number one ‘token of love’. One of my favorite roses is Cecille Brunner which is also known as the “Sweetheart Rose”. 

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