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September 01, 1985

Employees of a New Jersey nuclear plant were coached by a private contractor on how to "put one over" on federal regulators, Rep. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) charged. In a letter to Nunzio Palladino, chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Markey said employees of the Oyster Creek plant were advised in seminars conducted in 1983 by General Physics Corp. of Columbia, Md., that a valve check in the presence of NRC inspectors should be done on an "easy" one that has not been a "problem leaker."

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