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NRDC: The Challenge of Nonionizing Radiation – A Proposal for Legislation / 1979

Once again, progress threatens to roll right over the regulators, leaving them to clean up the mess, as has been the case with air and water pollution. In this in-depth and timely article, Karen Massey, project attorney for the Natural … Continue reading

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EPA appoints PG&E attorney to lead West Coast office

From AP News February 12, 2020 The Environmental Protection Agency has named a former attorney for the nation’s largest utility to head its West Coast office, replacing the regional director ousted from the post last week. John Busterud, who worked … Continue reading

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Knock, knock, is anyone home at the EPA?

The Bridgeton/West Lake radioactive waste dump and fire is a frightening disaster — just one of many that the EPA ignores. From Center for Health, Environment and Justice February 15, 2016 EPA has gone dark. McCarthy is awaiting the end … Continue reading

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“Science for Sale” by David Lewis

From EMFacts February 4, 2016 Following a similar vein as the last blog message,”Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 event in Australia” the 2014 book, Science For Sale by David Lewis PhD is relevant reading. The sub title is: … Continue reading

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Annual conference highlights cozy relationship between utility regulators and industry

No mission statement could so clearly spell out the goals and objectives of utility regulatory commissioners as their actions this week at their annual conference held in San Francisco. The National Association of Utility Regulatory Commissioners — NARUC — is … Continue reading

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