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Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania / 25th Anniversary #751370

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 26, 2004
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(Studio: Daryn Kagan) The 25th anniversary of the nuclear disaster at the plant at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania reviewed; scenes shown from 1979 & today. [April 1, 1979, President Jimmy CARTER - says the core is stable.] [Nuclear Watchdog Project/Nuclear Information & Resource Service director Paul GUNTER†- says he has been fighting the nuclear power industry for 30 years; cites the "timeless legacy" of nuclear waste.] [Nuclear Energy Inst. vice president Angie HOWARD†- cites industry statistics & the generating capacity.] [NRC chairman Dr. Nils DIAZ†- talks about nuclear safety today.] [Union of Concerned Scientists nuclear engineer David LOCHBAUM†- warns things are getting older.] [October 2003, President BUSH - promotes nuclear plants.]

Kagan, Daryn

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