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Petition for Rulemaking Dockets for 2012

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Docket ID PRM Title Status
NRC-2012-0290 PRM-26-8 Drug Testing Under the Fitness-for-Duty Program Consideration in Rulemaking Process NRC-2012-0079
NRC-2012-0266 PRM-72-7 Spent Fuel Cask Certificate of Compliance Format and Content Open
NRC-2012-0215 PRM-51-29 Petition for Rulemaking Submitted by Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Rescind Regulations Excluding Consideration of Spent Fuel Storage Impacts from License Renewal Environmental Review Open
NRC-2012-0177 PRM-50-106 Environmental Qualification of Electrical Equipment Applicable to Existing and New Reactors Open
NRC-2012-0127 PRM-32-7 Compatibility of Generally Licensed and Exempt Devices Denied
NRC-2012-0056 PRM-50-105 Petition for Rulemaking Submitted by Mark Edward Leyse – In-Core Thermocouples Denied
NRC-2012-0046 PRM-50-104 Petition for Rulemaking Submitted by Nuclear Information and Resource Service and Multiple Co-Petitioners – Expansion of Emergency Planning Zone Denied
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