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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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Strange But True: Another Idaho Nuke Plant Proposal Surfaces – In the Arco Desert

Idaho continues to attract unusual proposals to build commercial nuclear reactors designed to send electricity to points unknown. There have now been three such proposals in the past…

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Regulators release report on viability of nuclear waste storage at Yucca. But it doesn’t mean the Nevada site is safe — or even back on the docket.

Judith Lewis Mernit | Oct 23, 2014 “Reid Blasts Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Approval Of Yucca Nuclear Waste Site,” blared a headline last week at Law360, a news site devoted to the…

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June 11 ID Energy Update

Idaho Energy Update June 11, 2012 Rocky Mountain Power, which serves parts of eastern Idaho, has asked the Idaho PUC to approve a reduction in the amount it…

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Proud to Represent You — Beatrice Brailsford

Members of the Snake River Alliance have taken our call for a clean, nuclear-free future to decisionmakers in Washington, DC, for 24 years running. We’ve only been able…

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Alliance Issues Complaint to the NRC About Areva License

Click here to download the Snake River Alliance’s letter of complaint to the NRC.

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New Report from Congressman Markey Details Conspiracy to Delay, Weaken US Nuclear Safety in Wake of Fukushima

Link to Press Release: http://markey.house.gov/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=4635&Itemid=125 Link to Full Report: http://markey.house.gov/docs/regulatory_meltdown_12.09.11.2.pdf

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For Immediate Release: Alliance Questions NRC’s OK of Idaho Uranium Factory

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 12, 2011 CONTACT: Snake River Alliance Liz Woodruff, Executive Director 208-344-9161 (w); 208-871-4597 (c) Alliance Questions NRC’s OK of Idaho Uranium Factory  Announcement No…

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NRC License Ignores Fukushima — Liz Woodruff

Last week, the Snake River Alliance learned that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission had granted a license to the French Based company, Areva, to build a uranium enrichment factory…

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