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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Number Date Name Add a Comment
8608 Thu Apr 25 14:29:04 EDT 2013 Michele Balfour
8607 Fri Apr 19 09:28:07 EDT 2013 alice chamberlain
8606 Thu Apr 18 21:42:25 EDT 2013 Susan Schmidt The accident in Japan is now considered on par with the accident in Russia. It has been 2 years since Japan's accident and still we are not protecting the U.S. Wind generates the same amount of power More....
8605 Thu Apr 18 06:25:04 EDT 2013 Clifford Provost
8604 Tue Apr 16 05:16:36 EDT 2013 Dennis DeMarinis
8603 Sun Apr 14 02:06:56 EDT 2013 Nancy Okita
8602 Sat Apr 13 17:07:05 EDT 2013 Ruth Gollobin
8601 Fri Apr 12 18:45:06 EDT 2013 Joe Tonini
8600 Fri Apr 12 18:44:42 EDT 2013 Joe Tonini
8599 Wed Apr 10 15:51:56 EDT 2013 Karen Greenhalgh
8598 Mon Apr 08 23:20:53 EDT 2013 E B
8597 Sat Apr 06 23:24:07 EDT 2013 Diane LaMagdeleine
8596 Sat Apr 06 22:31:29 EDT 2013 philip patterson
8595 Sat Apr 06 17:51:21 EDT 2013 Martha Desrosiers
8594 Sat Apr 06 10:17:13 EDT 2013 Hal Trufan Trufan
8593 Fri Apr 05 22:37:31 EDT 2013 Lynn Barbieri
8592 Fri Apr 05 16:50:21 EDT 2013 Kathryn Sugg
8591 Fri Apr 05 16:15:46 EDT 2013 Lynne Banta
8590 Fri Apr 05 09:14:29 EDT 2013 dave loiselle
8589 Thu Apr 04 20:58:36 EDT 2013 Arlene Schutz
8588 Thu Apr 04 00:24:41 EDT 2013 Colin Cortes
8587 Wed Apr 03 17:51:52 EDT 2013 Anonymous Nuclear reactors are unsafe and there is no back up plan for radioactive waste. Any improvement is better than what we have. Please be conscious of your actions and what it means for our longterm survival More....
8586 Mon Apr 01 21:39:47 EDT 2013 Mary Glenn
8585 Mon Apr 01 13:52:42 EDT 2013 keri merriman
8584 Mon Apr 01 06:37:14 EDT 2013 Anonymous
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