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Nuclear Plants / Ohio #60297

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 28, 1979
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(Studio) Three Mile Island nuclear accident 3 mos. ago recalled; NRC licensing hearings with regard to Moscow, Ohio, nuclear plant noted as 1st such hearings since Three Mile Island
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Cincinnati, Ohio) Plans to bring in radioactive fuel to Moscow Plant this summer and area residents' continued opposition to plant reported [Resident Maggee ERBE - expresses her fears.] Cincinnati hearings about plant discussed. [Moscow resident Dr. David FRANKHAUSER - says NRC is in probationary period following Three Mile Island] [NRC attorney Charles BARTH - denies that.] Opposition to plant by Cincinnati city government stated. [City attorney Peter HEILE - comments.] [Dr. Elizabeth SEABURG - comments.] [Engineer Roy ECKERT - comments.] NRC noted having never denied license to nuclear plant already built.
REPORTER: Ron Miller

Miller, Ron;
Robinson, Max

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