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Up Close and Personal on Capitol Hill: The 30th D.C. Days

Written by Hannah Smay Each spring for the last 30 years, members of the Snake River Alliance have been part of a special group of concerned citizens that…

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Radioactive Roadshow at Boise’s “We the People” 4th of July Parade

The Radioactive Waste Roadshow will be in the Boise 4th of July Parade from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. Join us downtown and show your support for the Don’t Waste Idaho Radioactive Zombies that will…

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Don’t Waste Idaho!

The rupture of one barrel of nuclear waste (and three more that merely popped their tops) on April at the Idaho National Laboratory highlights why Snake River Alliance…

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DOE MUST KEEP ITS WORD

On August 11, 2017, the Los Angeles Times revealed that, without significant reform, the Department of Energy (DOE) will miss its 2035 deadline for getting all its spent…

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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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Nuclear Uncertainty

What effect will a Trump Administration have on this country’s nuclear power, waste, and weapons policies? “Prospects for a rational approach are not bright.” That’s the conclusion of…

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Nuclear Updates

The Leadership in Nuclear Energy (LINE) Commission will meet Tuesday, January 17, from 8 am to 3 pm in the Lincoln Auditorium of the State Capitol. Here’s the…

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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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DOE’s Latest Run at a Nuclear Waste Solution

US waste site map

Idaho National Laboratory contractor, Battelle, and its supporters in eastern Idaho would very much like to have a piece of the federal funding for commercial nuclear waste storage…

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Even When It’s Out Of Commission, Everybody Wants A Piece Of WIPP

Beatrice Brailsford explored nuclear waste problems at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant and the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Read more about it in the Los Alamos Daily Post.

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