In Nebraska, Latest Foe of Keystone XL Pipeline is Former Nuclear Waste Site Activist

World-Herald Bureau: A leading opponent of a nuclear waste dump proposed two decades ago in Boyd County has joined the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline. Lowell Fisher, who conducted a high-profile hunger strike against the nuclear dump, wrote a nonbinding resolution, passed Monday by the Boyd County Planning Commission, stating that the county doesn't want the crude-oil pipeline. Fisher, a 72-year-old rancher who ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 1994, said he had a guilty conscience after initially deciding......

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