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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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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."


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


"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."


Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository [Wikipedia]

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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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