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5-17-17 This is a friend of GoJnn.com, Ray Lutz of the Citizens Oversight Project in San Diego, with Amy Goodman in an overview. For more on Ray’s organization Please Click >>> Citizensoversight.org
4-5-15 Excerpt>>> San Onofre Political Background
Consumer advocate Charles Langley said Harris may not want to pursue the San Onofre investigation to its end because the state’s Democratic hierarchy could be touched by it and that could affect her U.S. Senate bid.
“This is a scandal that will very likely implicate Gov. Jerry Brown, a powerful Democrat, and Michael Peevey, a powerful Democrat, and his wife, an elected powerful Democrat,” Langley said. “I think it’s very distressing to her when she’s running for U.S. Senate and going up against the Democratic Party structure.”
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5-6-16 California Attorney General Kamala Harris had evidence in her hands that she could have used to bring former PUC President Michael Peevey, architect of the secret San Onofre deal, to justice. And she had plenty of time, three years, to file criminal charges before the statute of limitations ran out on obstruction of justice–the easiest charge to prove.
10-9-16 Excerpt>>> Orange County Rep. Loretta Sanchez on Thursday condemned the burial of millions of pounds of nuclear waste on a San Onofre beach bluff and faulted her opponent in the race for the U.S. Senate for not fighting the controversial project.
“Kamala Harris’ failure to lead on this issue makes her the wrong choice for California’s senator,” Sanchez said. “California needs a senator who doesn’t bury problems in the sand.”
Sanchez also said Harris, California’s attorney general, has dragged her feet on a state probe of the California Public Utilities Commission in connection with its decision to have ratepayers fund $3.3 billion in costs associated with the premature shutdown of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
Harris has been ahead in the polls, and her campaign dismissed Thursday’s attack as the latest sign of Sanchez’s troubles.
6-29-17 The plan to bury nuclear waste at a San Onofre beach came under fire Thursday from a Southern California congresswoman and candidate for the U.S. Senate, the former San Diego city attorney and a consumer advocate, who called for a federal investigation into the closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Garden Grove, criticized California Attorney General Kamala Harris’ defense of Southern California Edison’s plan to bury radioactive nuclear waste at the beach, saying the plan ignores both the safety of the people of Southern California and known risks to the coastal environment.
8-12-17 Governor Brown has traveled the world speaking out against climate change. However a shocking new review of the Brown Administration’s actions shows they’ve often helped oil, gas and utility companies at the expense of the environment and the consumer, and that contributions from the companies often followed within days. Consumer Watchdog’s report, “Brown’s Dirty Hands,“ chronicles how Brown and his top appointees used the California Democratic Party as a slush fund, sucking in contributions from unpopular energy companies in close proximity, and sometimes on the same day, that his Administration helped those companies in controversial ways.
Twenty-six energy companies including Occidental, Chevron, NRG and the state’s three major investor-owned utilities – all with business before the state — donated $9.8 million to Jerry Brown’s campaigns, causes, and initiatives, and to the California Democratic Party since he ran for Governor. Donations were often made within days or weeks of winning favors. The three major investor-owned utilities alone contributed nearly $6 million.
2-7-18 News Flash San Onofre FUBARed in 2012 It’s a little LATE for this PR JOB Isn’t Kammi? Bernie? Kirsten? and ED? Late Right?
WOW Singing a different tune in 2018 Excerpt>>> California Sen. Kamala Harris is among the cosponsors of two bills introduced Wednesday that aim to increase the safety and security of decommissioned nuclear power plants such as the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. The first piece of legislation, the Safe and Secure Decommissioning Act, would prohibit the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission from issuing waivers or granting exceptions to plants from complying with safety regulations until fuel has been transferred to spent fuel dry casks — part of the process of dismantling a plant known as decommissioning, according to Harris’ office The second bill, the Nuclear Plant Decommissioning Act, would provide a “meaningful role” for states and local communities in the crafting and preparation of decommissioning plans for retired nuclear plants. It also requires the NRC to publicly approve or reject every such plan, which is not currently required, according to Harris’ office. The bills are cosponsored by Senators Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, Ed Markey, D-Massachusetts, and Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, all of whom have decommissioned or soon-to-be decommissioned plants in their states.
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