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Katie Recognized and Remembered at U.S. Capitol Rally
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Millstone Foiled by Its Own Hot Water: Unit 2 Shuts Because of Overheated Long Island Sound
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Katie the Goat, Radiation Monitor and Anti-Nuke Symbol, Succumbs to Cancer
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Katie the Goat Takes Her Farewell Tour to White House 3/11: Mission Accomplished

Katie Recognized and Remembered at U.S. Capitol Rally

Katie the Goat was recognized and remembered at a nationally-sponsored rally to end nuclear power and nuclear weapons at the U.S. Capitol on September 20, 2012. Nancy Burton, Katie’s caretaker, addressed the rally of C.A.N. (Coalition Against Nukes), telling national anti-nuclear leaders and grassroots activists gathered from across the country about Katie’s radiation monitoring near[...]

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Millstone Foiled by Its Own Hot Water: Unit 2 Shuts Because of Overheated Long Island Sound

Since 1970, the Millstone N uclear Power Station has continuously pumped a hot water plume of billions of gallons of water per day into the Long Island Sound through its once-through cooling system. For the past decade, the Connecticut Coalition Against Millstone has advocated for Millstone’s conversion to a closed cooling system which would not[...]

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Katie the Goat, Radiation Monitor and Anti-Nuke Symbol, Succumbs to Cancer

KATIE THE GOAT – NUCLEAR WHISTLEBLOWER SUCCUMBS TO CANCER Katie the Goat, whose milk contained high levels of radioactivity when she lived near the Millstone Nuclear Power Plant in Connecticut and who was stricken with inoperable cancer, died on Sunday, August 12, 2012, at her Redding, Connecticut home. Katie became a news media celebrity, participating[...]

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Katie the Goat Takes Her Farewell Tour to White House 3/11: Mission Accomplished

Katie the Goat, the celebrated nuclear radiation monitor from Connecticut, took her Farewell Tour to the White House on March 11, the first anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns. Katie’s granddaughter, Dana Blue-Eyes, appealed to the First Family to adopt her as its official White House monitor for strontium-90.

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