Take Immediate Steps To Improve Reactor Safety

Nuclear operators will have as many as five years to comply with new rules on emergency power and natural disaster preparedness.

These new safety standards reflect the immediate lesson learned from the still unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan.

Tell the Nuclear Regulatory Commission: Don't delay new safety regulations.

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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Number Date Name Location Add a Comment
827 Fri Nov 30 01:06:47 EST 2012 cynthia neal TN
826 Sun Jul 08 18:33:04 EDT 2012 Sue Christiansen IA
825 Tue Apr 24 20:52:56 EDT 2012 Don Pratt KY
824 Sat Apr 14 16:35:54 EDT 2012 Carlos Echevarria CA
823 Fri Apr 13 22:03:39 EDT 2012 Kent Minault CA
822 Mon Apr 09 15:04:15 EDT 2012 Madeline Shapiro CA
821 Sun Apr 08 17:16:18 EDT 2012 Linnea Whitman TX
820 Sat Apr 07 11:27:00 EDT 2012 Celeste Winkle TX
819 Fri Apr 06 13:19:54 EDT 2012 Walter McClatchey LA
818 Thu Apr 05 16:01:23 EDT 2012 Shari Katz IL It is unconscionable that nuclear power plant safety measures are not being enforced.
817 Sun Apr 01 12:49:14 EDT 2012 Glen Anderson WA You are responsible for protecting the American people and our environment from nuclear dangers. DO YOUR JOB. STRENGTHEN THE SAFETY STANDARDS.
816 Sat Mar 31 11:24:15 EDT 2012 NANCY VANDUKER OK
815 Thu Mar 29 18:23:31 EDT 2012 Rebecca Gray UT
814 Thu Mar 29 13:40:47 EDT 2012 John Berman NY There is no safe way to have nuclear power but safety regulations must be adhered to
813 Wed Mar 28 15:12:59 EDT 2012 Paola Medina-Diaz PR
812 Mon Mar 26 14:59:21 EDT 2012 Anonymous MD Nuclear power is NOT safe!
811 Sun Mar 25 15:21:58 EDT 2012 John Carter IL
810 Sun Mar 25 01:14:59 EDT 2012 Elena Lemmo OH
809 Fri Mar 23 22:56:57 EDT 2012 Cheri Carlson WA
808 Fri Mar 23 14:32:09 EDT 2012 mark novotny IL
807 Fri Mar 23 11:31:07 EDT 2012 Anonymous CT
806 Fri Mar 23 03:05:20 EDT 2012 Bob Fischella AZ
805 Thu Mar 22 19:50:21 EDT 2012 david gifford NY
804 Thu Mar 22 14:44:24 EDT 2012 Rebecca Kahn MD
803 Thu Mar 22 14:37:44 EDT 2012 C. M. NY
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