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Jun 15, 2009 Letter to Congress on Medical Isotopes
On June 15, 2009, NPEC Exec Director and others signed a letter to urge Congress to provide funding to the National Nuclear Security Administration for the domestic production of medical isotopes using low enriched uranium. 
Jan 16, 2009 Obama Shouldn't Request Add'l Budget Authority for DoE Loan Guarantee Program Until Taxpayers Are Assured Billions Won't Be Lost
 A letter from NPEC, National Taxpayers Union, Taxpayers for Common Sense, and Marshall Institute urging Prsident Barack Obama not to request additional budget authority in the FY 2010 budget for the Department of Energy (DoE) loan guarantee program, and instead to ensure DoE creates a transparent system to assess fully the cost of loan guarantees to U.S. taxpayers before the program goes forward,
Sep 06, 2008 Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG) Exemption Waiver
Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG) formulates waiver to allow India to use nuclear technology even though it has not signed the NPT.
Aug 18, 2008 On the Possible Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) Exemption for India
The letter from over 150 induvudual and organizations (including NPEC) urges the Member States of the NSG not to exempt India from NSG rules — which currently prohibit nuclear trade with India because it has neither signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty nor accepted full-scope International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards — unless the NSG first imposes "meaningful and common sense conditions and restrictions on nuclear trade with India" to promote nuclear nonproliferation. For news coverage, see The Hindu´s article, "Tighten Draft Waiver for India, NSG Urged" (August 16, 2008), which cites NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski
Aug 08, 2008 Comment to the NRC on the NRDC's Petition on U.S. Civil HEU
Mr. Sokolski submitted this letter in response to the request for comment in the Nuclear Regulatory Commission´s Notice of Receipt of the National Resources Defense Council´s rulemaking petition to establish a date after which the NRC shall not license the civil use of high enriched uranium except in specific circumstances.
Feb 21, 2008 GOV/2008/4: Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement and Relevant Provisions of Security Council Resolutions 1737 (2006)
Earlier today, the Agency circulated this report to the IAEA Board of Governors.
Feb 10, 2008 Transmittal to the Congress: Submitting the U.S.-India Nuclear Deal for Congressional Review
A letter from President George W. Bush
Apr 05, 2006 Why the US Needs to Slow Down Implementation of the India Nuclear Deal
The letter was addressed to Senators Lugar and Biden and Congressmen Hyde and Lantos, and signed by six former U.S. security officials.
Apr 18, 2002 Transfer of Nuclear Technology to North Korea
A letter to The Honorable Spencer Abraham, The Secretary of Energy, from NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski.
Jan 29, 2001 Proliferation Resistance and Safety Concerns Over North Korean LWRs
A letter to Mr. Desaix Anderson, Executive Director of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization from NPEC Executive Director Henry Sokolski.
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