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San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace is a non-profit organization concerned with the local dangers involving the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, and with the dangers of nuclear power, weapons and waste on national and global levels. Additionally, Mothers for Peace concerns itself with issues of peace, social justice and a safe environment.
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File Diane Curran Bio PDF
File Donation Request
File Become an Ambassador
MFP Presentation January 12, 2011: Addressing the Dangers of Living Downwind of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant Jan 12, 2011 from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM Santa Maria Public Library, Shepard Hall, 421 S. McClelland Street ,
Mothers for Peace representatives will present a slideshow presentation and discussion of the dangers of living near Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
File Jan12flyer.pdf
NRC Public Meeting Re: Shoreline Fault Jan 19, 2011 from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM Embassy Suites Hotel, 333 Madonna Road, San Luis Obispo,
Mothers for Peace encourages you to attend the NRC public meeting on January 19, 2011.
NRC Public Meeting Re: PG&E's ability to manage the effects of aging Jan 27, 2011 from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM Courtyard by Marriott, Grand Ballroom, 1605 Calle Joaquin Road, SLO ,
The NRC is holding a public meeting on Thursday, Jan. 27. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the results of an inspection report regarding PG&E's "ability to manage the effects of aging on plant systems, structures, and components for an additional 20 years of operation beyond the expiration date of their current licenses."
File Join Mothers for Peace in a Vigil
This event will focus on victims in Japan. Save the date of April 16 for a very different action - a rally on the beach at Avila. Details will be announced soon.
File April 16 in Avila
File April 16 in Avila
File April16protest.pdf
File petition to Obama
File PG&E letter to NRC license renewal delay
File April 12 PG&E letter
File emergencypetitiontosuspend.pdf
File MFP Position Paper. Japan
File 4.14.11 Japan position paper
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Rolling Stone Magazine labels NRC a lap dog of nuclear industry
The sub-title of this article is “The United States’ nuclear reactors are old, faulty and dangerous – but regulators are ignoring the risks and boosting industry profits”. Some specifics about Diablo Canyon’s troubled history are included, as is a quote from Mothers for Peace attorney Diane Curran.
File Nuclear News with Jane Swanson
File Ca shutdown petition
File SLOMFPMotionandContentionwithattachments81111.pdf
File NRCDecisionreEmergencyPetition9911.pdf
File 093011ORDERSchedulingOralArgument.pdf
File 2011 newsletter
File Interlocutory Review
File Contention 8.11
2012 Update on Opposition to License Renewal
In terms of safety and security, it is not in the public interest to add an additional 20 years to the operating life of the two reactors at Diablo Canyon.
File 2012 March Events
File BruceGagnoncorrectedflyer.pdf
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File Bruce Gagnon update
File Mother's Day card
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File Summary of Post-Fukushima Legal Challenges
File 2012 newsletter
File 2012 newsletter
File 2012 newsletter
File Letter to NRC Commisssioners
Mothers for peace acts with 24 other groups to ensure public participation in decisions about radioactive wastes.
2012-11-09 Mothers for Peace opposes NRC rush job
Mothers for Peace joins with other groups to ensure public participation in decisions about radioactive waste.
File Alert Nov 28 NRC mtg
File Analysis of Shoreline Fault Report
File Shoreline Fault Report Analysis
File Shoreline Fault Report Analysis
File Board 2013
File PDF EC-1
File August 9 flyer
File Aug 9 update
File flyer Aug. 9
File August9reminder.pdf
File August9flyerupdate.pdf
File waste confidence meeting
File Talking Points Oct. 7
File poster images Oct. 7
File 1pageOct.7handout.pdf
File November20.pdf
File MFP2013newsletter.pdf
File copy_of_November20.pdf
File DGEIS
filing 12.20.13
File Chikako Nishiyama
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File nuclear fuel chain
primer
File MFP videos
File MFP videos
File summary of legal actions 2.14
File summary of legal actions 2.14
File ambassador 2.14
File become an ambassador
File 2014 Fukushima
File Mother's Day luncheon
File mother's day luncheon
File luncheon
File copy_of_MothersDayluncheon.pdf
File copy2_of_MothersDayluncheon.docx
File mother's day luncheon
File May 10
File 2014 Hiroshima.Nagasaki
File Peck's DPO
File Friends_of_the_Earth_NRC_petition1.pdf
File 2014 newsletter
File 2014 newsletter
File PeaceWalk.pdf
File copy_of_PeaceWalk.pdf
File 20141201CommentsonEPACPPby32EnvironmentalOrganizations1.pdf
File Fukushimaiseverywhere.pdf
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San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace
P.O. Box 3608
San Luis Obispo, CA 93403
(805) 773-3881