FUKUSHIMA — A year and half after the start of the nuclear crisis, many who attended the government’s latest public hearing on energy policy in Fukushima on Wednesday still expressed concern about the impact of radiation on their children.
“I’m really terrified,” said a city resident who gave only her last name, Hanazawa. “I have two daughters. I wonder if it’s a good idea to let them lead a life, give birth and stay here.”
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