EPA criticizes state over Hanford inspections

HANFORD, Wash. -- Governor Jay Inslee has been outspoken about his concerns over the way the feds are handling the work at Hanford, and finally the feds are striking back.

A Hanford watchdog group obtained a scathing report from the Environmental Protection Agency. It criticizes the performance of Washington state's inspectors who cover the waste site.

Gary Chittim highlights several areas that the EPA believes are not being addressed when it comes to cleaning up the most contaminated site in North America.