“We need to have a full and unrestrained investigation by the House Committee on Government Reform and nothing should be withheld,” said U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a former mayor of Kansas City who was fresh out of college when he worked in production control at a now-closed plant that manufactured parts for nuclear weapons.
“We need to have a full and unrestrained investigation by the House Committee on Government Reform and nothing should be withheld,” said U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a former mayor of Kansas City who was fresh out of college when he worked in production control at a now-closed plant that manufactured parts for nuclear weapons. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press
“We need to have a full and unrestrained investigation by the House Committee on Government Reform and nothing should be withheld,” said U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a former mayor of Kansas City who was fresh out of college when he worked in production control at a now-closed plant that manufactured parts for nuclear weapons. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver seeks congressional inquiry of nuclear workers compensation program

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