GW WonkCast S3E5-1: Below the Fold: NYC Turnstile Jumping and Nuclear Waste Storage

This week’s Below the Fold covers policies toward turnstile jumpers in the NYC subway and a petition for assurance that nuclear fuel will be stored safely for 1,000 years. co-Hosts Natalia Abrahams and Erik LaDue weigh policy options on both topics with last week’s guest and Editor-in-Chief of the International Affairs Review Ian Hutchinson.

Our new schedule features Below the Fold on Mondays, our guest interview on #wonkywednesdays, and Above the Fold on Saturdays. Send your comments, questions, and reactions to wonkcast@gmail.com or comment on Facebook.

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See the sources:

Natalia Abrahams: Turnstile Justice? Manhattan Eases Up on Fare Jumpers, New York Times

Erik LaDue: Citizens’ Oversight Files Petition with Nuclear Regulatory Commission, San Clemente Times

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