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Alec Baldwin Leads Panel Discussion On Indian Point Tonight

There will be a panel discussion about Indian Point tonight in Suffern.
There will be a panel discussion about Indian Point tonight in Suffern.

CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- The fact the Indian Point nuclear power facility in Buchanan currently is operating without a license will be the subject of a panel discussion from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. today at Rockland Community College's Performing Arts Theatre.

The discussion, “Indian Point Driving Without a License,” will focus on the power available to replace Indian Point, why Indian Point is operating without a license and about a new citizen science radiation and disease monitoring program.

It will be led by actor Alec Baldwin, a longtime advocate and supporter of the Radiation and Public Health Project, whose “Tooth Fairy Study” led President John F. Kennedy to ban above-ground nuclear testing.

The panel also includes:

Joseph Mangano, Epidemiologist/ Director of RPHP

Ellen Jaffee, state Assemblywoman

Paul Gallay, Hudson Riiverkeeper

Dr. Erik Larsen, Hosptial Emergency Room Director

Connie Coker, Ex-Rockland County Legislator/ MidWife

The event includes a cocktail hour, followed by the panel discussion and concluding with a benefit dinner at 8 p.m.

It is co-sponsored by Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition, Rockland Water Coalition, Washington Spectator, ROSA for Rockland and PHASE.

For information and tickets, visit Tickets for cocktails are $100 and tickets for the dinner are $250.

Rockland Community College is located at 45 College Road in Suffern.

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