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Idaho has already said NO . . . But those who want to import commercial nuclear waste need to hear it again In January, we learned that Idaho’s…

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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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The Growing U.S. Nuclear Threat (PDF)

Source: Alliance for Nuclear Accountability

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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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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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Idaho Political Leaders Surrender to Federal Nuclear Waste Pressure

January 13 brought bad news about Governor Otter and Attorney General Wasden’s plans to grant the Department of Energy a “waiver” to ship more nuclear waste to Idaho,…

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We call on Governor Otter to properly address nuclear waste.

Executive Director Kelsey Jae Nunez was included in the Boise Weekly’s message to Governor Otter about the “real” state of the state.  Kelsey stated, “there’s a real threat to…

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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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