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NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. After one year, prohibits nuclear power plant construction and prohibits operation of existing plants at more than 60% of original licensed core power level unless federal liability limits are removed. After five years, requires derating of existing plants 10% annually unless Legislature by two-thirds vote, has confirmed effectiveness of safety systems and waste disposal methods. Permits small-scale medical or experimental nuclear reactors. Appropriates $800,000 for expenses of fifteen-person advisory group and for legislative hearings. If the proposed initiative is adopted, undefined additional financing from state sources will be required in the amount of at least $800,000. However, if this initiative should restrict the operation of existing nuclear power plants, and the ...
Richard B. Spohn, 10813 Barman St., Culver City, California; Dwight Cocke, 2003 Oak St., Apt. 1, San Francisco, California 94117; Dennis Vierra, 932 Columbus Drive, Capitola, California 95010; David E. Pesonen, 2431 Woolsey St., Berkeley, California 94705
Nuclear Power Plants California Initiative 114 (1974).