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About "Nuclear Waste in New Mexico (NEG)"
The Affirmative plan may take one or more steps to establish a policy of doing permanent or long term storage of nuclear waste from US nuclear facilities in New Mexico, instead of at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. Yucca was for a long time designated by Congress as the eventual dumping groups for this waste, but right before it was completed, Congress and Pres. Obama canceled it. Trump has proposed restarting Yucca, but until we figure that out, we’re back to having nowhere to send it, so it sits on site at nuclear power plants. It can’t sit there indefinitely – the stuff will be deadly for thousands of years. Plan proposes moving it to New Mexico instead of Yucca. This is a NEG brief against that plan.
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Coach Vance debated in National Forensic League debate while in high school from 1979-1982. In college, he judged at high school NFL tournaments in North Carolina. A homeschooling dad himself, he realized the growing potential and benefit of homeschool debate and switched over to coaching homeschoolers a couple years later. In 2001, he helped Chris Jeub with bringing The Blue Book to a more advanced level. He has been co-authoring Blue Book ever since.