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Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) will not attend meetings at the White House this week in protest of the Trump administration’s decision to secretly ship 1,000 pounds of plutonium to a nuclear waste facility outside of Las Vegas.

Sisolak, who won office in November, said his administration has asked the Trump administration and the Department of Energy repeatedly for clarification about the shipment, but so far they have received no response.

The article goes on to state the following:

“The president, without our knowledge, decided to have half a ton of plutonium shipped to the state of Nevada. We don’t know when it was shipped, how it was shipped, when it got there,” Sisolak told The Hill in a brief interview Saturday morning. “My main focus is to protect the citizens of my state, and I feel it would be disingenuous to go and have a sit-down dinner with the president and the administration when we’ve written letters, tried to get responses to why this was done, and thus far heard crickets.”

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