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Problems during a Fukushima Daiichi chief energy plant in Japan have caused regard about a reserve of reactors in a U.S. Now a Georgia Public Interest Research Group is seeking a sovereign supervision for tighter oversight. WABE’s Martha Dalton has more.
Georgia PIRG released a news that sum leaks and other problems during 4 U.S. chief reactors in a final 20 years. Stephanie Ali is a orator for a group:
“Nuclear energy in itself is so most some-more dangerous altogether that if one of those tiny things goes wrong,
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