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SRA Takes Fight to D.C.

The fox is truly guarding the apple blossoms in Washington, DC, this year. So the Snake River Alliance will field a team of five volunteer activists to fight…

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Gallup: For First Time, Most in U.S. Oppose Nuclear

From the international polling giant Gallup, Inc.: For the first time since Gallup first asked the question in 1994, a majority of Americans say they oppose nuclear energy….

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Nuclear Waste: The Past Is the Present…and the Future

By Beatrice Brailsford As many of you know, Idaho’s Governor and Attorney General are exploring a deal with the Department of Energy to allow two shipments of research…

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E.P.A. Wrestles With Role of Nuclear Plants in Carbon Emission Rules

“The problem is a lot of the complaints that existing nuclear plants aren’t getting enough credit from E.P.A.’s proposal basically amount to a request to weaken the rule,”…

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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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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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Oppose nuclear weapons this Giving Tuesday

Join the Snake River Alliance in creating strong citizen opposition to counter the new push for increased nuclear weapons production and testing. The spending for nuclear weapons is…

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Idaho Learned Something From AEHI’s Indictment – The Alliance Was Right, And We Can’t Let This Happen Again

Kelsey Jae Nunez Executive Director I remember when I was a kid, the phrase “I told you so!” was so satisfying to say, but the person on the…

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WHOOPS! Nuke Presentations on Tap as Power Council Comes to Boise

It was by almost any measure the most spectacular and most expensive failed energy decision in U.S. history: Build a fleet of five utility-scale nuclear generating stations across…

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Where does the money go? by Beatrice Brailsford

One of Congress’s primary responsibilities is to make the decisions necessary to fund the federal government. But Congress hasn’t even been able to agree on a budget for…

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