NEWS: Radioactive waste bill passes; veto by Utah governor appears unlikely

Amy Joi O’Donaghue
Deseret News
February 22, 2019

The House voted without discussion 50-20 to approve changes made in a radioactive waste bill dealing with the potential storage of depleted uranium in Utah.

HB220 by Rep. Carl Albrecht, R-Richfield, now goes to Gov. Gary Herbert for his signature, although critics are asking him to veto the measure. That appears unlikely, given a statement issued by his office.

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