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We said it…Did DOE hear?

Idahoans packed a Department of Energy meeting in Boise and our comments showed we know a lot and care a lot about nuclear waste accumulation. Well done. We’ll…

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New reactor would make old risks worse

Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) has picked out land within the boundaries of the Idaho National Laboratory where it wants to build and operate a small modular…

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Alliance Fights for Idaho

 About 50 members and supporters of the Snake River Alliance were among the 200 people who attended a July 14th public meeting in Boise about the future of…

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Who Will Protect Idaho?

“Houston, we have a problem.” Although engineers and other workers at the Idaho National Laboratory in eastern Idaho have probably always tried to handle nuclear material safely, it…

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Comments Needed to the Department of Energy!

Your Action is Needed! The Department of Energy has an open Invitation for Public Comment on the future of “consent-based nuclear waste siting”.  Email comments will be accepted…

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Spent Nuclear Fuel Alert

On Thursday evening, July 14, the Department of Energy (DOE) is coming to Boise to ask Idahoans what we think of a new process for siting nuclear waste…

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Some Considerations for the Department of Energy’s Consent-based process for siting nuclear waste

The Department of Energy should not be in charge of the spent fuel and high-level waste programs any longer. The Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future recommended…

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Idaho: Ready to give ‘consent’ to allow more commercial nuclear waste?

Board member Brent Marchbanks  in his guest opinion featured in the Idaho Statesmen reminds Idahoans on why it is so important that we tell the Department of Energy NO! to…

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Couple more reasons why you should be attending the Department Of Energy Meeting

July 14th the Department of Energy is coming to Idaho to ask Idahoans what we think of consent-based siting process for commercial spent nuclear fuel. By answering a…

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Feds List Idaho as Possible Site for Nuclear Waste Storage

This story shows that Idaho will remain on the radar screen of those who want to boost nuclear power development without solving the disposal issue. Much of the…

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