Organizations worried PCB pollution could get into Rio Grande, drinking water
Sue Vorenberg | The New Mexican
The news conference seemed at times like a religious service when a cluster of environmental group members announced they had filed a federal lawsuit against Los Alamos National Laboratory alleging water-quality violations.
At the chilly Thursday morning event outside the Roundhouse, members of the 11 organizations repeatedly noted the spiritual aspects of water and its importance to human life and the natural world — while skimming through scientific details of how the lab allegedly violated Environmental Protection Agency standards.
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