Stand for Nuclear Waste Safety, Friday, April 14th.
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Text and Video Resources:
Read the lawsuit revoking the California Coastal Commission’s authority to issue a permit ( goo.gl/u6cJsp )
See also, Citizens Oversight Reply to Coastal Commission and Reply to Southern California Edison.
Arguments for revoking the Coastal Commission Permit from San Onofre Safety ( goo.gl/cTIh51 )
Public Watchdogs’ formal complaint to State Lands Commission protesting the unlawful permit ( goo.gl/gsRWxK )
The Honorable Mike Aguirre of Aguirre & Severson LLP explains his law suit to overturn the Coastal Commission’s decision to allow burial of nuclear waste on the beach at San Onofre State Beach Park (seven minutes).
( goo.gl/84IGAU )
|Why burying 3.6 million pounds of high-level radioactive waste on the beach at San Onofre State park is dangerous, and the lawsuit against the CA Coastal Commission to revoke the burial permit it issued to Southern California Edison. (20 minutes). ( goo.gl/y3bK3M )|
Donna Gilmore of San Onofre Safety (SOS) and the Honorable Jerry Kern discuss the dangerous situation at the under-construction nuclear waste dump at San Onofre, Southern California PBS, 9-16-16, (20 minutes) ( goo.gl/oxybdt )
A nuclear accident at San Onofre is “unavoidable” according to Orange County Geologist, Robert Pope, Each canister has more radiation than what was released at Chernobyl. KUSI news, 12-16-16 (6 min) ( goo.gl/fV8rVg )
|FEMA the Federal Emergency management Agency has lost its budget for responding to a nuclear emergency at San Onofre according to research by Public Watchdogs’ Board Member Nina Babiarz. NBC Investigates, two-part report, 10-03-16 (12 minutes, two stories) See Part One and Part Two.||~||
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