Don't Waste Michigan
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Zoom Press Conference 
Health Studies Near Fermi Nuclear Plant 
Monroe County, Michigan 

When: Thursday, March 11, 2021, 12:00 p.m. Eastern time (US and Canada) 

What: Zoom press conference on the 10th anniversary of the Fukushima meltdown, announcing: 
1. Release of a new report showing Monroe county cancer death rate increase since Fermi 2 nuclear plant startup 
2. Announcement of new effort to collect baby teeth near Fermi, to be laboratory tested for levels of radioactive Strontium-90 

Who: Speakers include: 
Joseph Mangano, Executive Director, Radiation and Public Health Project 
Author of new report on cancer 

Christie Brinkley, Board member, Radiation and Public Health Project 
Native of Monroe County, Michigan 

Michael Keegan, Co-Chair, Don’t Waste Michigan 

Joseph Mangano 484-948-7965 
Michael Keegan 734-770-1441 

Endorsed by: Alliance to Halt Fermi 3 (ATHF3), Citizens Resistance at Fermi Two (CRAFT), Coalition for a Nuclear Free Great Lakes (CNFGL), Don't Waste Michigan (DWM) and Radiation and Public Health Project (RPHP) 

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Passcode: FPC 

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In the future, when the pandemic virus is over, meeting may again be held in person.......This info below is from the past, and may change......the NRC website has up to date (usually?) info on the current status of meetings.

The annual assessment meeting usually happens at the end of May

Meetings are being held with the AESLB in the Monroe Area

This meeting usually happens the same day or within a few days of the annual Palisades meeting.

Usual Meeting Location   
St. Joseph/Maud Preston Palanske Memorial Library
500 Market Street
St. Joseph MI

Discuss NRC End-Of-Cycle assessment of D.C. Cook Station performance for the previous year

The Don't Waste Michigan Board of Directors meeting will be held in December.

Citizens concerned about nuclear issues are encouraged to use the resources on this site to learn more about the truth of the dangers of nuclear power and to contact the President of the United States and Congress to demand an end of tax subsidies to the nuclear industry and to encourage safe, renewable energy alternatives such as solar and geothermal.

To check for meetings with the NRC in your area, go to their website at Don't Waste Michigan encourages public participation at these annual meetings. Voice your concerns!