The Atomic Show #092 – Chuck DeVore, California State Assemblyman for 70th Assembly District
Chuck DeVore is a rarity – he is a California State Assemblyman actively working to pass legislation overturning the state’s de facto ban on new nuclear power plants.
Chuck DeVore is a California State Assemblyman representing the 70th Assembly District. Among a number of other issues, he has recognized that the state desperately needs more energy and believes that it is past time to overturn the state’s de facto ban on new nuclear power plants.
He is an eloquent speaker with a good grasp of the technical details of why nuclear power plants should be built in California to serve the current and growing needs of the state’s large population base.
You can find out more about Chuck by visiting his personal web site at ChuckDeVore.com
To learn more about his efforts regarding power and energy, visit his web site titled PowerForCalifornia.com
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thanks Rod, this is the most insightful interview IMO, and the interviews re all great and better 🙂
Lets vote for more representatives as Chuck DeVore!
DeVore certainly has a very impressive and realistic understanding of energy issues, across the whole spectrum of different energy sources – the more representatives like him, the better.
By the way, the new jingle/song by Geoff Smith is fantastic 🙂
I’m listening to the show right now.
You should really check your audio before you stream it. I can hear you breathing whenever Chuck is talking.
This is a fantastic podcast! Chuck for Governor!
Thank you for the feedback. Unfortunately, I did not notice the breathing until after the recording was completed. Any suggestions on how to remove it? My recording software puts both inputs on the same track, so it is quite a challenge for me to figure out how to get out that heavy breathing.
Next time I’ll try to remember to reposition my microphone and use my mute button.
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