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  • Musicians Act to Stop New Atomic Reactors

    Posted by Green Party Peace Network on November 7, 2007

    Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Keb Mo, and Ben Harper have re-made the classic song For What It?s Worth into an anti-nuclear anthem. Watch the video below of the performance and go to http://www.nukefree.org to sign the petition to stop $50 billion in taxpayer loan guarantees for new atomic reactors! Do it today!

    Do you live near a nuclear power plant? You may not today, but if the nuclear power industry has their way, a lot more of us could have those radioactive smokestacks as neighbors.

    Please join musicians Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt as well as a growing list of concerned citizens in signing a petition to Congress that will stop a pending bailout of the nuclear power industry.

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