Committee Meeting Notes
- Sam Blackwell's bunker: The note is inside Sam Blackwell's private office and archive room. It is randomly-assigned to one of several locations along with other holotapes and notes.
HEARING BEFORE THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON NUCLEAR ENERGY
11.26.76 TRANSCRIPT CONTINUED, PAGE 384
Senator Clark: Uhh, Mr. Chairman, I would like to remind the committee that, environmental concerns aside, and I do share those concerns, the uranium deposit in question is in fact the largest in the country, not just the east coast. Overturning the ban on extraction would help shorten and secure supply lines for a resource our great nation is relying on more and more with each passing day.
Senator Blackwell: And I, Mr. Chairman, would again like to bring to the committee's attention the fact that my colleague Senator Clark has recently purchased a very large stake in the Atomic Mining Services corporation which constitutes a clear conflict of influence...
Senator Clark: I will show you a conflict of interest, sir!
Committee Chair: Will the gentlemen please return to their seats...