Hilton Kelley

Director of the Community In-Power Development Association

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Director of Port Arthur's Community In-Power Development Association, a grassroots environmental group

Hilton Kelley on KCRW

VX  is one of the most toxic substances ever made; as
little as 200 micrograms are said to be fatal.  
 The nerve agent is  part of the arsenal of chemical weapons  the US…

Getting Rid of America's Chemical Weapons

VX is one of the most toxic substances ever made; as little as 200 micrograms are said to be fatal.   The nerve agent is part of the arsenal of chemical weapons the US…

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