“Krafft said not enough testing has been done in the area of Highway 94 in Weldon Spring near the high school, where workers purified uranium for nuclear weapons in the 1940s.” <br><br>Amazing how MO officials can all rally to go after Greitens, but when it comes to the radioactive waste issue, they take the ‘wait and see’ approach.<br><br>This is what voting, protesting and praying has gotten you… Still not ready to explore alternatives?

“Krafft said not enough testing has been done in the area of Highway 94 in Weldon Spring near the high school, where workers purified uranium for nuclear weapons in the 1940s.”

Amazing how MO officials can all rally to go after Greitens, but when it comes to the radioactive waste issue, they take the ‘wait and see’ approach.

This is what voting, protesting and praying has gotten you… Still not ready to explore alternatives?

More Francis Howell students suspect their illnesses caused by radioactive waste

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – More former students from Francis Howell High School are coming forward to share their stories of illness and rare medical conditions in the wake of an alum’s claim they were exposed to radioactive waste at the school and a nearby quarry. Jamie Krafft, who graduated fro…

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