While one Iowa congressman is calling for Energy Secretary Bill Richardson to resign, Senator Charles Grassley is stopping just short of that move.But Grassley, a republican, says just the idea that our national nuclear secrets could have been lost is unacceptable.He says someone has to be held accountable once the investigation into the situation is complete and he expects “heads to roll.”Grassley says it’s a sad situation that the country entrusted to protect other nations from rogue nuclear attacks can’t keep its own information secret. Fifth District Congressman Tom Latham has called for Richardson to resign.Iowa Congressman Leonard Boswell says he wants to see what comes out of the Los Alamos investigation before deciding what action should be taken.Boswell says Energy Secretary Bill Richardson has to take responsibility if it’s found our nuclear secrets have been compromised.Boswell is a democrat representing the third district.
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