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Head Of NRC To Step Down

The head of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission will resign once a successor is confirmed to run the nuclear safety agency.

Dr. Gregory B. Jaczko, Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Dr. Gregory B. Jaczko, Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (Brendan Hoffman,Getty Images)

NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko said in a statement Monday that he plans to continue efforts to ensure public safety “in a different forum.”

His resignation comes after fellow NRC commissioners publicly described Jaczko as acting as a bully. Jaczko denied any wrongdoing but suggested that the commissioners talk to a third party to improve communications.

Jaczko led the NRC as its chief spokesman while the agency responded last year to a nuclear meltdown in Japan.

 

 

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