The fate of one of the world's main sources of helium is about to be decided - and prices are set to soar sky high. That could hit universities and hospitals where liquid helium is used to cool superconducting magnets in high-tech equipment such as MRI scanners.
Unless the US Congress acts, YES JimBob, Sun, 12th May 2013
AND YES I meant the House and the Senate of the United States government JimBob, Sun, 12th May 2013
Unfortunately, there's a powerful movement in the US (corporations paying politicians) that drives government to transfer public resources to private ownership. AndroidNeox, Sun, 12th May 2013