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Important Bills Concerning Nuclear Health & Safety Under Consideration

Important Bills Concerning Nuclear Health & Safety Under Consideration

Right now, 5 very important bills are under consideration that will increase public safety and protect public health. If they pass, it will cost Entergy a hefty sum of money to implement.

Bill H.2045 188th – An Act increasing nuclear power plant protections to a twenty mile radius
(Current) Sponsors: Sarah Peake & Ann Margaret Ferrante
https://malegislature.gov/Bills/188/House/H2045

Bill H.1906 1188th – An Act increasing nuclear power plant protections to a twenty mile radius
(Current) Sponsor: James Cantwell
https://malegislature.gov/Bills/188/House/H1906

Bill H.1907 188th – An Act to amend Section 5K(E) of Chapter 111
(Current) Sponsor: James Cantwell
https://malegislature.gov/Bills/188/House/H1907
Asks to increase Massachusetts Department of Health’s (MDPH) assessment from a maximum $180,000 per annum, to an initial assessment of not less than $400,000 per facility.…

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12 Protesters Found Guilty Of Trespassing At Pilgrim Nuclear

12 Protesters Found Guilty Of Trespassing At Pilgrim Nuclear


PLYMOUTH, Mass. — Twelve Cape Cod residents were found guilty Friday in Plymouth District Court for illegally entering the grounds of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant.

The defendants admitted to trespassing at the Plymouth facility, but used the seldom argued necessity defense, declaring they were innocent because they were trying to prevent an imminent public danger.…

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Governor Patrick, Tell NRC to Shut Down Pilgrim (Video)

Governor Patrick, Tell NRC to Shut Down Pilgrim (Video)

A group of Cape Cod residents marched on the Boston State House (March 10, 2014) to call upon Governor Patrick to shut down the outdated, dangerous Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant (PNPP) in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The group presented extracts of official petitions signed by all 15 Cape Cod towns.

Governor Patrick, after speaking that day with Diane Turco, organizer of the rally, agreed to send out a letter to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission requesting that that the plant be shut down because public safety cannot be assured.…

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