Saturday, May 28, 2005

Governor urges LANL workers to be vigilant

Diana Heil | The New Mexican
May 28, 2005

LOS ALAMOS -- On a visit to Los Alamos National Laboratory on Friday, Gov. Bill Richardson urged workers to raise their voices in protest rather than make hasty decisions in uncertain times.

Many employees are tempted to retire as the first-ever competition for the management of the nuclear-weapons lab begins. They want to protect their lavish pension benefits because they aren't sure what a change in management might bring.


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Raise their voices in protest?

- You mean like whistleblower?

- You mean like defending oneself in court until the Lab's seemingly infinitely-funded (per Nanos) legal resources wear down the defendant or expend the sum total of the defendant's legal funding? -

- You mean like sending suggestions up the chain of command or through the performance assessment process?

- You mean like submitting concerns or issues through the Newsbulletin's Reader's Forum?

- You mean like a blog?

Please, tell us, Governor, where shall this diligent voice go to be heard?
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