If you thought the blackout was bad . . .
what FirstEnergy wants to do next is worse.
You can help stop them right now.

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FirstEnergy now wants to gamble with the safety of 50 million people in the Great Lakes and Northeast by restarting the most dangerous nuclear plant in America. Last year, their Davis-Besse plant on Lake Erie nearly had a nuclear meltdown. After years of neglect, boric acid had eaten a football-sized hole in the reactor head. Then we learned that in an accident the emergency system would have quickly clogged and failed.

FirstEnergy's response was to lie to regulators and stockholders, and intimidate or fire employees who dared to speak out.

James Caldwell of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has the authority to keep the crippled nuclear Davis-Besse reactor closed.

Please e-mail the NRC's James Caldwell now

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Would you rather send a handwritten letter? So much the better: James Caldwell, Regional Administrator, U.S. NRC, 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60532-4351