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Petitioning U.S. Congress, President Obama

Make Nuclear Plant Owners Responsible. Repeal Price-Anderson Act.

Petition Congress and the President today urging them to repeal the Price-Anderson Act.

Open Letter to Members of the United States Congress from Dr. Helen Caldicott, an experienced medical professional, and former Member Eugene Oregon Water and Electric Board, John Bartels.

To the Congress of the United States:

This Fukushima is the nuclear power catastrophe we and countless others have anticipated since the nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl.

We call upon Members of the United States Congress and President Obama to repeal the Price-Anderson Act that throws liability for nuclear disasters onto taxpayers and utility ratepayers and legislates financial limits on that liability.

We are overriding our instincts, as an experience health professional and electric utility executive, to engage again in all the arguments against the basically misrepresented nuclear power industry.

We know from all-too-familiar experience that this debate is unwinnable against the multi-billion dollar industry arrayed against us. We insist elected representatives finally throw the debate into the marketplace where it belongs. Is nuclear power a good investment? Let the market mechanisms decide.

Our officials don't have to explain, rationalize or obfuscate. Just vote "yes" or "no." Let the truth come out so citizens of the world can finally judge on the facts.

Helen Caldicott and John Bartels
(John Bartels can be reached at tel: 503-459-6489,  or bartels.john@gmail.com)

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U.S. Congress, President Obama
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Make Nuclear Plant Operators Responsible. Repeal the Price-Anderson Act.

Petition Congress and the President today urging them to repeal the Price-Anderson Act.

Open Letter to Members of the United States Congress from Dr. Helen Caldicott, an experienced medical professional, and former Member Eugene Oregon Water and Electric Board, John Bartels.

To the Congress of the United States:

This Fukushima is the nuclear power catastrophe we and countless others have anticipated since the nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl.

We call upon Members of the United States Congress and President Obama to repeal the Price-Anderson Act that throws liability for nuclear disasters onto taxpayers and utility ratepayers and legislates financial limits on that liability.

We are overriding our instincts, as an experience health professional and electric utility executive, to engage again in all the arguments against the basically misrepresented nuclear power industry.

We know from all-too-familiar experience that this debate is unwinnable against the multi-billion dollar industry arrayed against us. We insist elected representatives finally throw the debate into the marketplace where it belongs. Is nuclear power a good investment? Let the market mechanisms decide.

Our officials don't have to explain, rationalize or obfuscate. Just vote "yes" or "no." Let the truth come out so citizens of the world can finally judge on the facts.

Helen Caldicott and John Bartels
(John Bartels can be reached at tel: 503-459-6489,  or bartels.john@gmail.com)
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Sincerely,