For folks who follow the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant issue/debate/court case/train wreck, the director of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Gregory Jaczko may be a familiar name.
Well, it's not a good news cycle for the man.
The Wall Street Journal has a story today on an internal NRC investigation that says Jaczko "stretegically" withheld information related to the neverending debate about what to do with the country's nuclear waste.
Apparently, the guy can be kind of a jerk, too. The report says he has a temper that makes it "difficult for people to work with him."
(I was not blocked WSJ's paywall. Hopefully you have the same good fortune).