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Feb. 28 “Magic at Magicopolis” launch event planned
February 26, 2015 (San Diego) -- Monstah Superpac, a San Diego-based political action committee dedicated to protecting public health and safety, aims to “make the nuclear waste at San Onofre disappear.”
The SuperPac’s first target? San Diego Congressman Darrell Issa, over his failure to address the public safety hazards posed by those radioactive wastes, buried in canisters just 5/8 of an inch deep in an active earthquake zone. A nuclear disaster at San Onofre would place 20 million Southern Californians within a 50 mile radius at serious risk, potentially displacing residents in multiple counties including San Diego.
MonstahPac is rolling out its Network 2016, billed as the “final frontier in our fight against nuclear danger at San Onofre,” with a “Magic at Magicopolis” event Saturday, February 28th.