PRESS RELEASE: “Alms for Exelon” (faux-)fun(d)raiser Part 2: ‘Bake Sale against Bailouts’ at Exelon HQ  

CHICAGO-–  An organization conducting “Alms for Exelon” street fun(d)raisers for the self-proclaimed impoverished nuclear utility Exelon Corporation conducted the second of a series of street events in Chicago today: “Bake Sale against Bailouts.”

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NEIS supporters Linda Lewison (l) and Dr. Lora Chamberlain outside Exelon HQ during “Bake Sale against Exelon Bailouts!”

The purpose of the event, held outside Exelon’s Chicago   headquarters, is to call attention to Exelon’s demands for a financial bailout of unprofitable nuclear reactors in Illinois.  Radiation suit-clad volunteers ‘encouraged’ members of the public to make $25,000 donations to Exelon to ‘help keep the cost of Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: “Alms for Exelon” (faux-)fun(d)raiser Part 2: ‘Bake Sale against Bailouts’ at Exelon HQ  

Fukushima nuclear disaster turns 4; the accident continues

CHICAGO—The nuclear disaster at Fukushima enters its fourth year today, and the more things change, the more they remain the same, a local nuclear watchdog organization observes.

“We’re entering year four of a global disaster which will

NEIS demonstrators outside the Japanese Consulate in Chicago on 4th anniversary of Fukushima disaster
NEIS demonstrators outside the Japanese Consulate in Chicago on 4th anniversary of Fukushima disaster

continue to go on for at least three more decades, and cost Japan hundreds of  billions of dollars,” notes Gail Snyder, Board President of Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS), a Chicago-based safe-energy/nuclear watchdog organization. Continue reading Fukushima nuclear disaster turns 4; the accident continues