Ohio State and Kansas State officials say they give tours because, as educational facilities, it's their job to spread the word about how nuclear energy is being used.Folks, Earle Holland is one of the heroes of this story, in that he won't let ABC News get away with what they've done.
Saying the interns were able to get close to the facility is "like coming to my driveway and saying, 'Guess what? I just got into McDonald's!'" said Earle Holland, Ohio State senior director for research communications.
News flash: We won't either. Hat tip to the National Review Media Blog for the link.
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