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Congressman Mark Amodei
Congressman Mark Amodei

AIR DATE: May 7, 2012

Congressman Mark Amodei is looking for the middle ground on Yucca Mountain. He doesn't want to just shut up the planned nuclear dump but he wants to make sure it's used to boost the Nevada economy. This is a change of direction in the congressional delegation and we ask him about it. Then we ask about the assessment of the Washington Post that the current Republican House of RepresenTatives is the most inactive since the Nixon administration.
Mark Amodei, Congressman

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