From the York Daily Record:
Ten years ago a judge ruled there was insufficient evidence to link radiation from the Three Mile Island accident to health problems in test cases of about 2,000 plaintiffs.
Yet some people who co-exist with the operating nuclear plant continue to question whether the partial meltdown on March 28, 1979, released radiation into the environment that has affected their health.
They live in the historical shadow of a plant that suffered a partial meltdown, the worst nuclear accident in United States history.
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