DALLAS — By a three-vote margin, the citizens of Andrews County, Tex., voted last May to finance a low-level radioactive waste dump with a $75 million bond issue, the first in the county’s history.

But a lawsuit challenging the validity of 90 ballots has delayed the bond issue and what promoters say would be the first viable solution to disposal of the nation’s growing stockpile of radioactive waste.

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