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Reactors Contaminate Groundwater

Two nuclear reactors, Indian Point near New York and the Braidwood facility near Chicago, have released radioactive tritium into the groundwater. What do you think?
  • "Aren't scientists excited to discover new species? Well, here's their chance!"

    Holly Page
    Systems Analyst
  • "I think we're all thinking the same thing: How will the nuclear power companies cope with this setback?"

    Scott Duddy
    Short-Order Cook
  • "It's a lot of nothing. A leak was found at a facility in my area last year and my conjoined quadruplets turned out just fine."

    Nate McConarty
    Corrections Officer