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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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Holding What Can’t Be Held

  We all learn and experience in different ways. Some of us want to read a scientific journal article, some to hear a first-person account. Some of us…

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Art Exhibition Comes to Boise in July

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) was established in 1949 and covers 890 square miles of eastern Idaho’s high desert plain, one of the most beautiful parts of our…

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Spent Fuel “Research” Shipment Will Pave Way for Tons More

At the beginning of 2015, the DOE succeeded in wresting a preliminary agreement from Idaho’s Governor and Attorney General to allow two shipments of “research quantities” of commercial…

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Protecting Idaho from nuclear waste – in all its forms – demands vigilance

 

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We Said No. We Meant No. Let’s Say It Again.

Say It to the Department of Energy In January the Governor and Attorney General indicated their willingness to open Idaho to shipments of commercial spent nuclear fuel despite…

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INL Accident Highlights Concerns

On October 23, 2014, one worker at the Idaho National Laboratory received internal radioactive contamination. The so-called “contamination event” was not reported to the public or State of…

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Idaho Nuclear Waste Shipments in Limbo

BY LUKE RAMSETH (IDAHO FALLS) POST REGISTER December 22, 2014 IDAHO FALLS – The morning of Feb. 5, deep below the New Mexico desert, a salt-hauling truck caught…

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Idaho said “NO” in 1990 – and we still do.

Idaho Says No By Keith Schneider; Keith Schneider is a New York Times national correspondent based in Washington; his coverage of the nuclear weapons industry won a 1989…

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How we do our work | Part 1: Seats at the tables

When I was in college, I was fortunate enough to participate in the Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL) Conference for student leaders. It was quite the experience. My…

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