Local leaders to discuss LANL cuts

March 22nd, 2012 at 2:36 pm by under Latest Posts

Government leaders from communities around Los Alamos National Laboratory will meet with the media Friday to discuss the effects of pending budget cuts at the lab.

Those effects include job losses, missed deadlines for environmental cleanups and significant changes in the lab’s nuclear mission, according to a statement from the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities.

State and lab officials are expected to attended along with elected officials from Santa Fe and EspaƱola, San Ildefonso Puebloe and the counties of Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe and Taos.


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One Response to “Local leaders to discuss LANL cuts”

  1. Hello Mr. Diven,

    My name is Gary Gwilliam and I am the lead attorney representing 130 Plaintiffs in an age discrimination case against LLNL. We gathered 300,000 documents and formal depositions of top managers and reached the conclusion that the Lab had dishonestly claimed to be forced into layoffs by budget shortfalls. We will be publishing similar findings and similar criticisms by experts familiar with budget and policy issues relating to nuclear weapons on our blog.You might find this information helpful to your situation at http://gwilliamlawfirm.com Take a look at what our Plaintiffs are saying about their wrongful terminations: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5xc2TGJkX0&feature=plcp&context=C43c32c8VDvjVQa1PpcFNcmy9KKmxUcp17cZWOTi0Gh8KULGOcFsY%3D

    Thank you for your willingness to investigate.


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