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Monday, April 10, 2017
NMCGA Passes Emergeny Resolution on Contemplated Borehole Drilling
For the past few months there has been a great deal
of consternation in Northeastern and Southeastern New Mexico regarding
the proposed drilling of boreholes to test the viability of deep storage
of nuclear waste. Given that there has been
a great deal of conflicting information on the proposal, there has been
huge public outcry among those living and working in these regions.
At the request of numerous New Mexico Cattle
Growers’ Association (NMCGA) members, the Executive Committee has passed
the attached and pasted below emergency resolution.
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