The Snake River Alliance, which has served as the state’s nuclear watchdog since 1979, is weighing in on a discussion about the future of nuclear activities at the Idaho National Laboratory and across the state.

The Alliance recently submitted a letter to the Leadership in Nuclear Energy (LINE) Commission regarding the Progress Report it released to the public earlier this month; the Commission is currently taking public comment on the document.

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The Journal should stop using SRA's
branding tagline about being Idaho's 'nuclear watchdog' as if it had any sort of legitimacy or real status. They are nothing more than an anti-nuclear organization.


Thank you for this comprehensive article. The deadline for the public to tell the LINE Commission that Idaho does not want commercial nuclear waste is Friday, January 4, 2013. The website for comments is People can read the comments of the Snake River Alliance at

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