This is a rebuttal to a Southern California Edison opinion published on the putative safety of storing millions of pounds of deadly radioactive nuclear waste from the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station located just 100 feet from one of America’s most iconic surfing beaches.
Congress has stepped up—now it’s time for Orange County politicians to do the same.
Assembly Bill 1883, by Assemblywoman Quirk Silva, addresses access to public restrooms as a human rights issue for the homeless.
The result is a fine of $956,352 for Amplify Energy. According to a March 9 press release on their fourth quarter for 2021, Amplify has $1 billion in oil reserves. If I were caught tagging the county courthouse, my punishment would be greater, proportionally, than the fine given to Amplify.
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