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Thursday, March 20, 2008  
Proposed nuclear overhaul draws flak

By: Betsy Mason
Published In: Contra Costa Times

Plans to overhaul the nuclear weapons complex were met by resistance from the public at a hearing in Livermore on Wednesday.

More than 50 people signed up to make oral comments after the presentation, the majority of which expressed their opposition to nuclear weapons.

Beverly King, Livermore, member of Tri-Valley CAREs

"I was 15 when the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. It was a terrible shock. We should never do it again. We should have learned the lesson, never, never, never again."

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