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Editorial: Ruling pressures Japan to set proper damages for Fukushima nuclear disaster via The Mainichi

The amount of compensation has been finalized in a series of class-action lawsuits brought by people affected by the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station managed by Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings (TEPCO). The Supreme Court rejected appeals … Continue reading

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Supreme Court sets stricter rules on certifying A-bomb illnesses via The Asahi Shimbun

The Supreme Court on Feb. 25 set stricter certification standards concerning atomic-bomb related diseases, thereby rejecting bids by three hibakusha plaintiffs for special monthly allowances and dwindling the hopes of future applicants. The elderly plaintiffs sued the health ministry after … Continue reading

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America’s “Hole-in-the-Head” Nuke Suicide Pact Gets Court Approval via Reader Supported News

By Harvey Wasserman The Supreme Court has just now certified the deadliest and most economically destructive scam of the entire Trump catastrophe. Every downwind American is now threatened with deadly radiation while state after state bankrupts itself with soaring electric bills … Continue reading

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Supreme Court declines appeal by Rocky Flats case via The Fallout Report

Amid the outcry about the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act, it was easy to miss another decision that might have even graver consequences for the health of American citizens. I’m referring to the Supreme Court’s decision not … Continue reading

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Judges hold rethink on nuke safety via The Japan Times

The Fukushima nuclear crisis has judges nationwide calling for in-depth safety analyses in legal cases involving atomic plants, it was learned Thursday. According to internal documents obtained by an information disclosure request, five of seven judges who submitted proposals at … Continue reading

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