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WATER CONCERNS Residents in Taos County community fight uranium in drinking water

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Posted: Sunday, September 15, 2013 9:00 pm

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ARROYO HONDO, TAOS COUNTY — Pam Harris knew something was up a couple of years ago, when she started feeling a painful pressure in her belly after eating. The Arroyo Hondo resident insisted on undergoing several tests, and in June 2011, doctors eventually found a tumor in her stomach.

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