Utah’s teachers unions will consider resolutions tonight opposing the storage of radioactive waste in the state and the use of taxes from such waste to fund schools. The proposals are designed to counter efforts by lobbyists to convince Utah residents that nuclear waste storage would be good for the state and its students. Calling for school funding to come from other sources, American Federation of Teachers member Tiffany Rousculp, who proposed one of the resolutions, said, “We don’t want to be the reason they push [nuclear waste storage] through.”