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Paskus, Laura
May 2006
High Country News;5/29/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p3
The article presents news related to the West. A new power plant called the Desert Rock coal-fired power plant has been designed by the Navajo Nation near Farmington, New Mexico. Also, it has been decided by the United States House Appropriations Committee that it will not bring the federal government's public-lands-for-schools proposal to a vote before the full United States House of Representatives. On the other hand, a new position of Association Administrator for Homeland Security has been introduced at the Environmental Protection Agency. The Administrator will handle issues related to the continued threats to homeland security as well as issues related to possible pandemic flu.


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