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Regulatory Agency Cites Ohio Nuke Plant

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission said an energy company provided it with false information about a potential danger at a nuclear plant six years ago, but the agency waived a potential $55,000 fine. A nuclear industry watchdog group criticized the decision, saying the NRC was too “cozy” with the companies it is supposed to regulate. James L. Caldwell, a regional administrator with the commission, told FirstEnergy Corp. in a letter Friday the fact the company reported the problem at its Davis-Besse plant was one reason the fine was waived. Full Story

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