U.S's largest untapped uranium deposit lies under Virginia estate : News Photo

U.S's largest untapped uranium deposit lies under Virginia estate

Opponents of uranium mining in Virginia gather outside a meeting near the mine site, distributing neon yellow t-shirts that say 'Keep the Ban.' (Sean Cockerham/MCT via Getty Images)
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Opponents of uranium mining in Virginia gather outside a meeting near the mine site, distributing neon yellow t-shirts that say 'Keep the Ban.' (Sean Cockerham/MCT via Getty Images)
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December 12, 2012
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158602845
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McClatchy-Tribune
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