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  • NRC Chairman to Speak at Heritage

    Tomorrow, July 7th, new Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko, appointed by President Obama, will speak in The Heritage Foundation’s Allison Auditorium.

    As momentum builds behind new nuclear power in the United States, questions remain about whether the nation is truly at the threshold of a nuclear renaissance. Of critical importance is how the nuclear industry is regulated and how the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) might change under the leadership of its new Chairman, Gregory Jaczko. What priorities will Chairman Jaczko place at the top of his agenda? Is the Commission prepared to regulate a quickly growing nuclear energy industry? Please join us for a special lecture by Chairman Jaczko as he puts forth his agenda for the NRC at this critical juncture for both the nuclear industry and the nation.

    The event will go from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. You can RSVP here.

    If you’re an out-of-towner, you can watch the event online by going here.

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    2 Responses to NRC Chairman to Speak at Heritage

    1. ozzy6900 says:

      Who cares what this Bozo has to say? Let me sum it up for all of you:

      "You are going to pay for the energy, you are going to pay for the upgrades. You are going to pay for us not to build a nuclear plant here, you are going to pay for clean coal there! You will pay until you cannot afford it anymore than his holiness, President Obama will think of you in your strife!"

      Have I forgotten anything here?

    2. Barb mn says:

      You did forget one, Ozzy?

      With all the MOUNTS OF MONEY the government steals, much will be extorted to provide to people who have no will to do for themselves. Oh, and government make-work.

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