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Eye On America ( Oak Ridge National Laboratory / Varnadore) #343272

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 11, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Oak Ridge, Tennessee: Erin Hayes) Difficulties encountered by Bud Varnadore after he blew the whistle on environmental violations at Oak Ridge National Laboratory nuclear weapons research site where he works featured. [VARNADORE - comments on environmental violations, his forced relocation to a radioactive waste room.] [Varnadore attorneys Jackie KITTRELL, David STUART - comment.] Oak Ridge facility noted run by Martin Marietta Corporation for the Energy Department. [Martin Marietta Energy Systems Clyde HOPKINS - explains why Varnadore was relocated.] United States Department of Labor reported ordering Martin Marietta to fix the situation. [Department of Energy Steven BLUSH - comments on Varnadore's situation.] Varnadore's lawsuit against Martin Marietta mentioned; his new office shown.

Reporter(s):
Hayes, Erin;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:10

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