Nuclear activism gains momentum as south towns vote on future of Pilgrim power plant
As the time draws nearer to vote on the outcome of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth, Massachusetts, communities are gathering to discuss possibilities. Due to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant meltdown on March 11th, 2011, many fear there less safety improvements to keep the plant operating. Many towns are in agreement the plant needs to close until such regulations or changes are made. Although Pilgrim would not close altogether, voting against the NRC’s renewal would help give more time to, “learn the lessions of Fukushima,” says State Attorney General Martha Coakley.
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