Listen: Hanford, Lonnie Rouse And Federal Government discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Petersburg. The federal government is suing one of the states over its new workers compensation laws in a legal battle between the two Washington's the federal government is suing the state to overturn a law that makes it much easier for workers at the most toxic radioactive waste site in the western hemisphere to collect on workers compensation claims. Lonnie rouse worked at the Hanford nuclear reservation for eighteen years before numerous illnesses forced him to leave. He's convinced exposure to toxic chemicals caused his serious health problems rouse, and dozens of other Hanford workers have been denied workers comp claims because they couldn't prove the job caused the illnesses. But now under a new state law. There's a presumption the Hanford job is to blame the fed sued saying that's discrimination because it only applies to Hanford workers employed by the department of energy and its contractors in Seattle. Dan, Springer FOX new trade talks between the US and China entering a second day. No word on progress. In fact, the official Chinese newspaper in its too. Today's Tuesday editions sworn in Washington not to demand too much from Beijing. Those talks China's president Xi Jinping is welcomed North Korean leader, Kim Jong noon to Beijing for two days of talks ahead of what's likely to be a second summit meeting between a leader Kim and President Trump sometime in the next few months a hearing scheduled Tuesday on a social media scam. Prosecutors in Cleveland say Kirsten Laurie Zena speed Matic's."