Tell the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to Take Immediate Steps to Improve Reactor Safety

Ask the NRC to Vote for Commonsense Safeguards for Nuclear Power Plants

The NRC commissioners are reviewing a proposed regulation that would require almost a third of the nation’s reactors to install a special device to prevent radioactive releases.

The U.S. nuclear industry opposes the rule.

Tell the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to resist pressure from the nuclear industry and vote to enhance nuclear safety.

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Without serious improvements to nuclear safety standards, what happened in Japan could happen in the United States. I urge you to take immediate action to enact and enforce the reforms recommended by the nuclear safety task force.


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1-25 of 8633 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
8633 Thu Mar 12 20:43:12 EDT 2015 Catherine Millman Please represent the best interests of our planet
8632 Wed Dec 31 10:25:11 EST 2014 Jenny Deneen
8631 Tue Nov 04 15:28:36 EST 2014 Carolyn H Friedman
8630 Thu Mar 13 04:30:38 EDT 2014 Anonymous
8629 Sun Sep 08 00:37:14 EDT 2013 Ankara Orr
8628 Tue Sep 03 23:45:03 EDT 2013 cindy sims
8627 Fri Aug 23 05:37:08 EDT 2013 Linda Drost
8626 Sat Aug 10 11:43:49 EDT 2013 Wendy Dannett
8625 Mon Aug 05 00:41:39 EDT 2013 Marc Woersching
8624 Sun Jul 07 17:22:30 EDT 2013 Patrick Huffer
8623 Thu Jul 04 10:09:18 EDT 2013 Steve Branch
8622 Sun Jun 16 04:42:33 EDT 2013 Carlos Echevarria
8621 Tue Jun 04 21:04:35 EDT 2013 Allison Gale
8620 Sat Jun 01 20:27:17 EDT 2013 Dennis Wright
8619 Mon May 27 19:55:05 EDT 2013 Wolfgang Rougle Nuclear energy companies, not the public, need to be financially responsible for upgrading their facilities to the level of safety we expect in 2013.
8618 Sat May 25 22:13:46 EDT 2013 Anne Pinkerton
8617 Sat May 25 14:44:51 EDT 2013 Larry Lapuyade
8616 Sat May 25 14:39:57 EDT 2013 Krista Caudill
8615 Sat May 11 16:16:43 EDT 2013 Patrick Stoffel
8614 Mon May 06 09:23:07 EDT 2013 Carla Elchesen
8613 Sat May 04 10:22:57 EDT 2013 Sandy Whitley Really, NRC. The industry doesn't want to spend money and decrease profits to assure public safety. If something goes terribley wrong, the taxpayers will end up paying for clean up. Our legislators More....
8612 Fri May 03 15:32:20 EDT 2013 Wendy S Dabney
8611 Sat Apr 27 22:09:05 EDT 2013 Anonymous
8610 Fri Apr 26 23:59:51 EDT 2013 Gladys Schmitz
8609 Fri Apr 26 01:07:34 EDT 2013 Diana nelson 205 -->204An ounce of prevention is worth a ton of nuclear fall out or contamination....and the probability of thousand so humans suffering the ravages of cancer wouldn't any rational human being agree............
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