Madison County

December 11, 2012 7:23 PM

Redirected money keeps Blue Grass weapons destruction plan on track, but 'fiscal cliff' looms

Construction of the plant that will destroy 523 tons of chemical weapons in Madison County appeared to have dodged one budget bullet Tuesday, although it's still unclear whether it will escape the "fiscal cliff" of automatic federal spending cuts.

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