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Congress should not allow NRC to keep breaking the law

September 7, 2013

Among the most serious energy-related challenges facing the United States is what to do with waste generated at nuclear power plants, health care facilities and other users of radioactive materials....

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MrShaman

Sep-07-13 5:37 AM

"About $15 billion has been spent to prepare the site - but the project has ground to a halt. It was opposed by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and has been killed, in essence, by President Barack Obama's administration. In going along with Reid for political reasons, the White House is breaking the law."

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Whatta GREAT example o' "preaching to the choir"!!!! It also "helps", when the "choir" is...more-often-than-not...History-challenged.

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"Many Nevadans' opposition stemmed from the so-called "Screw Nevada Bill," the 1987 legislation halting study of Hanford and Texas as potential sites for the waste before conclusions could be met."

See:

Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository [Wikipedia]

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SilverFeather

Sep-11-13 6:49 PM

The Screw Nevada Bill, is that anything like the Halliburton Loophole that is Screwing the good people here in Pennsylvania???

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