ASLB

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AcronymDefinition
ASLBAtomic Safety and Licensing Board
ASLBAccelerated Server Load Balancing
ASLBAge, Sex, Location, Bacon Pics
ASLBArithmetic Shift Left B
ASLBAmphetamine-Stimulated Locomotor Behavior (pharmacology)
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139, 145-46 (2009) (discussing procedural background and reasons for Board's establishment); Southern Nuclear Operating Company; Establishment of Atomic Safety and Licensing Board, 73 Fed.
Karlin, c/o Matthew Flyntz, Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel, Mail Stop: T-3E2C, U.S.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission affirmed a decision by its Atomic Safety and Licensing Board to grant the watchdog--SanLuis Obispo Mothers for Peace--a hearing on Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s application to renew Diablo's operating license.
The NRC's Atomic Safety and Licensing Board is also considering possible legal challenges to the revised application; the board must complete its work before the NRC can reach a final decision on Dominion's application.
While the NRC's Atomic Safety and Licensing Board conducts "contested" hearings when members of the public challenge a license application or the staff's environmental review, the commission has decided that it will conduct the mandatory hearings, which are separate from contested hearings.
The Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLB) will hear oral arguments next week on requests for a hearing in the Seabrook nuclear power plant license renewal proceeding.
While the DoE appealed the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board's ruling to the full commission, the NRC has yet to act on the appeal.
An Atomic Safety and Licensing Board will hear oral arguments this Thursday on the Comanche Peak Combined License proceeding in Granbury, Texas.
Next week, an Atomic Safety and Licensing Board panel will hear oral arguments in Bay City, Texas, on the South Texas Project Combined License (COL) proceeding.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Atomic Safety and Licensing Board has accepted most of an activist group's contentions in the re-licensing of California's Diablo Nuclear Power Plant in San Luis Obispo.
In late June, the NRC's Atomic Safety and Licensing Board held two days of hearings in Las Vegas on whether the DoE could withdraw the application to ship high-level nuclear waste to the Nye County site.
The Atomic Safety and Licensing Board wanted to delay a ruling on the license until a federal court could decide legal issues surrounding the Yucca shutdown.