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KUNC?s Nancy Greenleese reports on the Democratic former state lawmaker and Repulican ex-cabinet member who are duking it out in the 7th.
Jennifer Thurston looks at the reactivation of uranium mines in Colorado, due largely to the rising price of uranium on the global market.
*** URANIUM MINING RETURNS TO COLORADO ***
ERIC WHITNEY: Colorado wouldn’t be what it is today without mining. The gold and silver rushes of the nineteenth century are still celebrated and commemorated today. But in the middle of the twentieth century, it was uranium that was booming. All that petered out about twenty-five years ago, but now with uranium having recently shot up to thirty dollars a pound on the world market, four old uranium mines have reopened in Colorado, and four more are online to open next year. Jennifer Thurston reports:
JENNIFER THURSTON: Out in the loneliness of the Uncompahgre Plateau in the far southwestern corner of Colorado, the small town of Nucla has seen better days. For the past two decades, the uranium boom has been pretty well bust. But now there's optimism that uranium will come back, and come back big.
MIKE ZUNICH: We don’t want to be in the...
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