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March 28, 2011

Three Mile Island Revisited

The Three Mile Island accident happened 32 years ago today. Since then, there have been two more enormous nuclear disasters. Nuclear is not only dangerous, it is incredibly expensive (pdf) and dependent on government subsidies and giveaways. And no one has figured out what to do with all this nuclear waste. Unfortunately, despite what's going on in Japan right now, all indications are that the U.S. government is moving ahead with new projects that have a price tag in the billions.

The Sierra Club has opposed nuclear for more than three decades. Click here for the latest news, current video, and a handy list of facts on nuclear.

-- Brian Foley


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