By National Wind Watch When the fledgling New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution went looking for a lawyer 46 years ago, they turned to Tony Roisman, a young Dartmouth College- and Harvard Law School-educated attorney already known as an expert on nuclear regulation. Roisman’s challenge of the operating license for the new Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant didn’t succeed, but the coalition was impressed nevertheless. “He was remarkable,” said Diana Sidebotham of Putney, cofounder of the antinuke group. “One doesn’t win these things, exactly,” . . .
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