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Homeland Security Committee Fails To Remove Crosshairs From The Nation’s Chemical...

Media release | July 28, 2010 at 16:11

Today, the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee voted to allow high risk chemical plants to continue to use unsafe chemical processes and to not force chemical plants identified as high risk to evaluate safer chemical processes.

Ten years after 9-11: Nuclear Plants and Their Deadly Wastes Still Vulnerable

Blog by Jim Riccio | September 9, 2011 2 comments

A decade ago, nineteen suicidal terrorists hijacked airliners and turned them into weapons by flying them into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.  Since those horrific attacks, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and the...

America Can't Wait for Chemical Disaster Prevention

Blog by Kristen Breitweiser | September 9, 2010 2 comments

Kristen Breitweiser, 9/11 widow and activist, is known for pressuring officials in Washington to provide the American people with a public account of what went wrong on September 11th and in the months preceding the disaster that...

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