Time follows up on a 1996 nuclear safety scandal at Northeast's Millstone Station in Waterford, Connecticut. The story describes how the Nuclear Regulatory Commission reacted to the scandal by becoming a more aggressive regulator. A major finding is that, despite appearances, little has changed: more than one hundred commercial regulators in the U.S. continue to operate in noncompliance with their NRC-approved designs.
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