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R. Gregory Stein

Tom, thanks so much for informing us of this open house well in advance of when it will occur. I am hoping to attend and be given an opportunity to raise my safety concerns. Also, will want to explore what consequences would be faced by the by the on site inspectors, the big project inspectors, and other NRC staff from Lisle, Illinois or elsewhere, if serious safety issues occur after the plant operation license is extended. Also, will Mr. Alexander, First Energy CEO, be present? I have a lot of questions for him about safety disclosures that are required to be made by a publicly owned company regulated by the SEC.

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Every pollution battle ultimately comes down to mankind's desire to better itself while protecting its sense of home. In this blog, Blade Staff Writer Tom Henry looks at how Great Lakes energy-environmental issues have a ripple effect on our public health, our natural resources, our economy, our psychological well-being, and our homespun pride.

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Tom Henry is an award-winning journalist who has covered primarily energy and environmental issues the past two decades. He is a member of the national Society of Environmental Journalists, one of North America's largest journalism groups.

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