The UNPLUG Salem Campaign  Collects Its 25,000th Signature to Close Nukes

    The UNPLUG Salem Campaign recently went over the 25,000 mark in petition signatures collected

In its ongoing effort to shut down the aging and dangerous Salem Nuclear Plants. These petitions have been sent on a regular basis to Senators Jon Corzine and Frank Lautenberg, as well as Congressmen Frank Lobiondo and Rob Andrews. Petitions were also submitted to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

    Commented Norm Cohen, Coordinator of the UNPLUG Salem Campaign, “The fact that so many people have signed petitions demanding the closure of the two Salem Nuclear Plants, or at least the building of cooling towers to stop the Salem Nuke Fish Slaughter if the plants remain open, should send a message to our politicians that they better take a real interest in all the safety problems at these aging and dangerous nuclear plants.”

    The UNPLUG Salem Campaign is a network of 109 organizations of all types: local; regional; national; religious; civic; student; and environmental.

    To receive a petition in the mail to circulate in your neighborhood or among your friends, to help shut down the Salem Nukes, contact Norm Cohen at 609-335-8176, or by email, ncohen12@comcast.net.

Or Print from web Salem Petition