Kick In $10 or $20 Bucks To Close A Nuke !





The Seacoast Anti-Pollution League (SAPL) has been in existence since 1969, trying to stop the Seabrook Nuke.  Now we are taking the federal agency, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to federal court to prevent the owner of Seabrook, NextEra (we like to call them Next Error) from extending their operating license 20 additional years…to the year 2050. By 2030, offshore wind in New England will likely be producing as much electricity as four Seabrooks.

The NRC seems to have learned NO NEW LESSONS FROM THE FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS IN JAPAN. All nuclear plants release harmful radiation ALL THE TIME. The BEIR 7 Report concluded there is no safe level of radiation exposure. All of the radiation is cancer-causing. Some of it lasts for more than 250,000 years. No waste site ! SAPL is a 501©3, all donations are tax-deductible.

So, Kick in $10 or $20 Bucks to Close A Nuke.

SAPL  PO Box 1136  Portsmouth, NH 03802   www.saplnh.org     & Facebook-http://www.facebook.com/pages/Seacoast-Anti-Pollution-League-SAPL/206686139405248

4 Responses to Kick In $10 or $20 Bucks To Close A Nuke !

  1. Roger Rudenstein says:

    I would like to kick in some bucks to aid you in your work, but I don’t see any link to click in order to donate. I’m sure I’m not alone in this.

    Please get a donation button or link out there as soon as possible!

    Thanks,

    Roger Rudenstein

    • hmoyer says:

      Roger,
      Please be patient. It takes a few days to setup a PayPal account and to place the link button connected to our SAPL account. Thank you !
      Herb Moyer-SAPL President

    • Herb Moyer says:

      Apologies Roger. We were unaware of the change in the law requiring non-profit 301 (c)3 organizations to reapply for their tax-exempt status after 2007. So, the IRS has temporarily revoked our tax-exempt status. We have re-applied, and are waiting for the updated 501(c)3 ruling. We hope to have the expedited decision this coming week. Peace !

  2. Herb Moyer says:

    Darcy,

    Please read more than just the posts.
    Please read some of the articles under”Nuclear Reactor Safety (or not)” and “Reasons Why Business Owners & Property Owners Should Oppose Nuclear Power”.

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