Federal authorities are investigating allegations that a contractor's employees altered documents to cover up problems with radiation detection equipment at a shuttered uranium enrichment plant in southern Ohio, according to federal and contractor officials.
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In 2006, the Dayton Daily News published a series about sick workers and the massive contamination and taxpayer-funded cleanup at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion plant, where the federal government and its contractors enriched uranium for decades in Piketon, Ohio.