Whistleblowers in Jeopardy as Nuclear Industry Looks for Shortcuts

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In sworn testimony in Monroe, Michigan, the NRC admitted that it has stripped whistleblower protection from the licensing of new nuclear power plants.

By flip-flopping on what it means to be an applicant, the whistleblowers who are truly looking to protect the public health and safety are having their lives and livelihoods jeopardized.

Fairewinds Chief Engineer Arnie Gundersen discusses what this means as utilities look for shortcuts and cheaper ways to build new nukes.


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Articles by: Arnie Gundersen

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