FW: Los Angeles to San Onofre: "Not So Fast!"
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Los Angeles to San Onofre: "Not So Fast!"
Harvey Wasserman: April 26, 2013
A unanimous Los Angeles City Council has demanded the Nuclear Regulatory
Commission conduct extended investigations before any restart at the San
Onofre atomic power plant.
The move reflects a deep-rooted public opposition to resumed operations at
reactors perched in a tsunami zone near earthquake faults that threaten all
of southern California.
Meanwhile, yet another top-level atomic insider has told ABC News that San
Onofre Units 2 and 3 are not safe to operate.