J. Scott Peterson

Nuclear Energy Institute

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Senior vice president of communications for the Nuclear Energy Institute

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One year ago yesterday, Japan experienced a massive earthquake, devastating tsunami and the  meltdown  of the nuclear facility at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor.  Nearly all of its…

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