The SF Chronicle reports: The Trump administration is quietly moving to weaken U.S. radiation regulations, turning to scientific outliers who argue that a bit of radiation damage is actually good… Read more »
Fox 11 reports: Protesters gathered in Simi Valley Monday evening to speak out against a city proposal to use ground water as another source of drinking water, citing concerns about… Read more »
The Simi Valley Acorn reports: A proposal to tap into Simi Valley’s groundwater basin as a source for drinking water drew angst and anger from residents who claim the water… Read more »
EARLIER THIS YEAR, DESPITE YEARS OF EFFORTS by Bridge the Gap, EPA issued new Protective Action Guides (PAGs) which dramatically weaken protection of the public from exposure to radiation. The… Read more »
Final Approval for Radical Radiation Rise in Water Supplies after Nuclear Release Washington, DC — In a not so lovely parting gift, the Obama administration today formally adopted a policy… Read more »
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Eight years ago, in the waning days of the Bush Administration, the EPA tried to issue new standards for radioactivity in drinking water that would have increased permissible concentrations by… Read more »
Read the group letter by clicking here. On December 5, 2015, OMB received for review from the US EPA proposed changes to its Protective Action Guides (PAGs) for responding to… Read more »