Gallery: Arizona Uranium Feared to Be Contaminating U.S. Beef Supply


Two years ago, a Navajo cattle rancher found an old uranium mine on his grazing land in Arizona. Even after the rancher notified federal officials, who discovered that levels of radioactivity were still high, the mine near the town of Cameron is still not closed off. Meanwhile cattle still roam through the area, eat grass that is possibly tainted by uranium and in turn is auctioned off with the result that the meat is in the U.S. food supply.

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  1. Marie Myers July 23, 2014 at 9:06 pm

    I lived in Cameron Arizona moved 2012….OMG got deathly sick with breathing problems I…I had to move to coastal/river Oregon….my friend Robert has severe case of dirrea I…and I know have asthma…. NO SIGNS….DANGER….KEEP OUT….TOXIC….RADIATION….I ALSO WAS IN TUBA CITY ARIZONA2 X A WEEK…. I HAVE NAVAJO FRIENDS IN CAMERON AND TUBS CITY ARUZONA…AND ALL OVER THE NAVAJO NATION RESERVATION….. THE GRAND ROBERT INDIANS WELCIME THE NAVAJOS TO MOVE HERE IN OREGON…..

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