Controversial US NRC chairman stands down

Chairman of the Nulcear Regulatory Commission in the US, Gregory B. Jaczko, has announced his resignation, after a stormy three year tenure.

Gregory B. Jaczko The New York Times reports that Jaczko’s time had been marked by bitter battles with colleagues and with Congress, after he helped to kill a proposal for a nuclear repository and worked to address longstanding safety problems.

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