The Defense Department is taking heat from the state's representatives.
Some members of Colorado's congressional delegation are angry about a letter from the D.O.D.
It says plans to destroy munitions at the Pueblo Chemical Depot are on stand by while it explores other measures.
Senators Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar received word Friday current plans to destroy the mustard agent are too expensive.
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