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Entergy Wants its Legal Review of Yankee Kept Secret

Times Argus - 12:55 pm Mon Mar 29th, 2010

Entergy Nuclear attorneys have taken steps to keep key documents at the Public Service Board under seal and confidential.

They have done this despite pledges of "transparency" and "openness" in its bid to regain the trust and confidence of Vermonters after its radioactive leak at Vermont Yankee,

Entergy Nuclear attorney John Marshall and three other attorneys from Downs Rachlin Martin requested the protective order from the board Wednesday, a day before Entergy Nuclear executive Mark Savoff reiterated a pledge Thursday during a press conference for openness and full communication.

Entergy specifically is seeking to seal the report from its internal investigation conducted by its law firm, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, into whether Entergy Nuclear Vermont executives lied to state regulators, state consultants and legislators over the existence of buried underground pipes at Vermont Yankee.

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Vernon, VT 05354 (Set as Local)
Montpelier, VT 05602 (Set as Local)

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