“This is a major chapter of American and world history. We should preserve what’s left.”
—Cindy Kelly, Atomic Heritage Foundation
As the 112th Congress prepares to wrap up, supporters of an effort to preserve sites associated with the Manhattan Project—in Los Alamos, NM, Hanford, WA, and Oak Ridge, TN— are hoping for another vote on a measure to create a national park that would commemorate work done at all three sites.
The New York Times, Boston Globe, and International Business Times have recently weighed in. Read more at the links below.