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Walton Levi

  • An Army depot in Pueblo has long been home to a toxic legacy: hundreds of thousands of chemical weapons. They've been stockpiled there for generations, and they must be destroyed according to an international treaty. Environmental concerns have delayed the effort, but now, the weapons are finally disappearing.