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Radiation Compensation Act Passes Senate, Aims to Extend Compensation for Radiation Exposure Nationwide

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Radiation Compensation Act Passes Senate, Aims to Extend Compensation for Radiation Exposure Nationwide

In a significant stride towards acknowledging the impact of radiation exposure on affected communities, the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) has successfully passed through the U.S. Senate. The bipartisan legislation, co-sponsored by Missouri Senator Josh Hawley, received approval from the Senate in a decisive move that could bring relief to numerous individuals nationwide.

The focus of RECA has predominantly been on compensating those affected by the Cold Water Creek contamination stemming from the Manhattan Project, particularly impacting residents in North County. However, the newly passed bill seeks to broaden the scope of RECA, extending compensation to individuals across. . .

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