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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Joseph Pollock
Two years after the nuclear crisis in Japan, the top U.S. regulator says American nuclear power plants are safer than ever, though not trouble-free. A watchdog group calls that assessment overly rosy.
Utilities have bought more than 1,500 pieces of equipment, from emergency diesel generators to sump pumps and satellite phones, Mr. Pollock said, and the industry is setting up two regional response centers in Memphis, Tenn., and Phoenix.
If the requirements change or new regulations are added, "then obviously we would have to review that," he said.