On Friday, Scana Corp. received approval from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission by a 4-1 vote for the construction and operation of two units at a plant 26 miles northwest of Columbia. The Chairman of the Commission dissented, citing pending safety rules in response to the nuclear disaster at Fukishima Dai-lchi in Japan last year. This approval comes on the heels of the Commission’s February 9 approval for two reactors to be constructed by the Southern Co. in Augusta, Georgia. Find out more about this decision by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission here.
Children in Custody at South Carolina Juvenile Justice Centers Held in Nightmarish Conditions, New Lawsuit Alleges
SOUTH CAROLINA – A lawsuit filed last night in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina alleges horrific living conditions for