Nita Lowey Is Introducing 3 Bills Related to IP Closure
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Nita Lowey Is Introducing 3 Bills Related to IP Closure

Congressperson Nita Lowey has three bills to help the area when Indian Point closes. While we might not agree with all three, we certainly appreciate her attention to a very important issue in her district. The Examiner News has this article about her recent visit. “The Redistribution of Fines to Our Communities Act would redistribute … Continue reading

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Indian Point – directed by Ivy Meeropol

Here is the link to the trailer for Ivy Meeropol’s character driven documentary on Indian Point. This film presents the issues surrounding Indian Point though the eyes of the former head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Gregory Jaczko, a control room supervisor, Brian Vangar, a journalist, Roger Witherspoon, a former attorney for Riverkeeper, Philip Musegass, an advocate for closing … Continue reading

New York Times Covers Indian Point/Spectra Pipeline Protest At Governor’s Home
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New York Times Covers Indian Point/Spectra Pipeline Protest At Governor’s Home

“BUCHANAN, N.Y. — Every so often, catastrophes prompt fresh worries about the Indian Point nuclear power plant, whose twin domes loom over the Hudson River about 45 miles north of Midtown Manhattan. “In 2001, the terror attacks on Sept. 11 spurred calls to shut down the two reactors here, amid concern of a similar attack … Continue reading

Protesters Block Indian Point Entrance To Mark Expiration Of License
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Protesters Block Indian Point Entrance To Mark Expiration Of License

  Protesters from IPSEC and other groups blocked the entrance of Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant on Saturday to mark the expiration of the remaining licenses. Indian Point is now operating without a current license. Despite their peaceful attempt to uphold the health and safety of the community, eleven protesters were arrested and charged with “disorderly … Continue reading