RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina's U.S. senators want more cooperation from themilitary on a study of water contamination problems at CampLejeune.
Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan said Wednesday she wants answers forthe Marines and family members who lived on the base.
Along with Republican Sen. Richard Burr, Hagan introduced anamendment to the Senate Defense Authorization Bill to require theNavy to provide an inventory of documents relating to water at CampLejeune.
The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry is studyingthe effects of past water pollution at Camp Lejeune on Marines.
Hagan says the agency is hampered now because it doesn't knowwhat documents are in the Navy's possession.
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