Nuclear Free Future: Power Struggle - The Closing of Vermont Yankee

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Nuclear Free Future host Margaret Harrington talks with Robbie Leppzer about his documentary film POWER STRUGGLE which has its world premiere at the Vermont International Film Festival in Burlington on Sunday, October 29. Leppzer made the film over a period of 5 years following citizen activists and elected officials with his camera as they battled nuclear officials about the increasing safety violations at the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant. Maggie and Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education join the discussion to tell the story of how their research exposed Vermont Yankee officials.

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