- It could be a major economic blow for our area. Just weeks ago, the president's budget suspended a huge Savannah River Site project. But now, the State of South Carolina is fighting back. State leaders are suing the federal government to save the thousands of jobs the MOX project will create.
- We're continuing to learn more about what President Obama's budget could mean for our area. In particular, we're learning how it could even terminate a crucial project at Savannah River Site. News 12's Chad Mills talked to the governor to find out more.
- It's potentially bad news for Savannah River Site. On Tuesday, President Barack Obama released his budget. The budget calls for placing the Mixed Oxide (MOX) Fuel Fabrication Facility at SRS on "cold stand-by."
- Thousands of local jobs could be at stake when the president unveils his new budget tomorrow. The MOX project at Savannah River Site is currently over budget, and in danger of being cut.
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