Friday, January 07, 2005

Probe Dugway plans

The
Army plans to double its biological and chemical weapons defense
testing over the next seven years at the remote and secretive base in
Tooele County. It also apparently is seeking to add to the size of the
base by acquiring adjacent federal lands.
Trouble is, public
information about these activities is scarce. While it is
understandable that the Army does not wish to advertise exactly what
biological and chemical agents or countermeasures it is testing at
Dugway, the Utah government has a duty to protect public health and
safety.


posted by ryan griffis  # 2:53 PM

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