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EPA orders cleanup at St. Louis nuclear waste site. What does it mean for the nation's other toxic messes?

Administrator Scott Pruitt wants partial excavation — a middle-ground remedy — of the West Lake Landfill. It is expected to cost the two companies responsible for the site about $236 million.
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