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February 1, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Senate Armed Services Committee on Wednesday delayed indefinitely a vote on President Bush's nominee to head the nation's troubled nuclear weapons complex after learning that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is investigating charges that he lied to Congress. The committee's chairman, Sen. Sam Nunn (D-Ga.), and the ranking Republican, Sen. John W. Warner of Virginia, recommended the delay after the NRC's inspector general told them that Victor Stello Jr.
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April 25, 1990
President Bush's nominee to head nuclear weapons production has given up a 10-month fight to win Senate confirmation, the Energy Department said Tuesday. The nominee, Victor Stello Jr., said in a letter of withdrawal that Bush urgently needs a politically acceptable weapons chief. "It has become clear to me that I cannot be that person," Stello wrote in the letter to Bush dated last Friday asking withdrawal of his nomination as assistant secretary of energy for defense programs.
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November 17, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Bush's nominee to rebuild the nation's crippled nuclear weapons program is running into heavy congressional opposition amid charges that he is professionally and personally unfit for the job. More than a half dozen Senate Democrats, including several members of the Armed Services Committee, which is considering the nomination, have signaled their opposition to the naming of Victor Stello Jr. as assistant secretary of energy for defense programs.
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February 1, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Senate Armed Services Committee on Wednesday delayed indefinitely a vote on President Bush's nominee to head the nation's troubled nuclear weapons complex after learning that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is investigating charges that he lied to Congress. The committee's chairman, Sen. Sam Nunn (D-Ga.), and the ranking Republican, Sen. John W. Warner of Virginia, recommended the delay after the NRC's inspector general told them that Victor Stello Jr.
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April 25, 1990
President Bush's nominee to head nuclear weapons production has given up a 10-month fight to win Senate confirmation, the Energy Department said Tuesday. The nominee, Victor Stello Jr., said in a letter of withdrawal that Bush urgently needs a politically acceptable weapons chief. "It has become clear to me that I cannot be that person," Stello wrote in the letter to Bush dated last Friday asking withdrawal of his nomination as assistant secretary of energy for defense programs.
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November 21, 1989 | From Associated Press
The Senate Armed Services Committee on Monday ended the Bush Administration's hopes of gaining confirmation this year of Victor Stello Jr., its nominee to head the Energy Department's troubled nuclear weapons program. Another Bush nominee, James S. Cason, asked the White House on Monday to withdraw his nomination for a top environmental job, three days after the Senate had sent the nomination back to the White House with a request that it not be resubmitted.
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November 21, 1989 | From Associated Press
The Senate Armed Services Committee on Monday ended the Bush Administration's hopes of gaining confirmation this year of Victor Stello Jr., its nominee to head the Energy Department's troubled nuclear weapons program. Another Bush nominee, James S. Cason, asked the White House on Monday to withdraw his nomination for a top environmental job, three days after the Senate had sent the nomination back to the White House with a request that it not be resubmitted.
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November 17, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Bush's nominee to rebuild the nation's crippled nuclear weapons program is running into heavy congressional opposition amid charges that he is professionally and personally unfit for the job. More than a half dozen Senate Democrats, including several members of the Armed Services Committee, which is considering the nomination, have signaled their opposition to the naming of Victor Stello Jr. as assistant secretary of energy for defense programs.
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