Vt. nuke fights on but chances dim

Vt. nuke fights on but chances dim

There are 2 comments on the Bennington Banner story from Jan 9, 2011, titled Vt. nuke fights on but chances dim. In it, Bennington Banner reports that:

Vermont's piece of the nuclear age, launched four decades ago, seems to be coming to a close, even as advocates push for a renaissance of nuclear power in the United States.

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rigs

Bennington, VT

#1 Jan 10, 2011
Vermont Yankee should save all of the money they are spending on advertising to help pay for cleanup of the site after it is closed. Of course that won't happen, and Vermonters will be left paying for the cleanup--Thanks to Governor Douglas' refusal to pass a law mandating that the owners of Vermont Yankee set aside cleanup funds.
Concerned

Bennington, VT

#2 Jan 13, 2011
Following your logic on DOuglas refusal to pass the law, then I wonder why the Legislature did not overide Douglas, they could have or did they and I missed it? Interesting.

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