Inside EPA's Doug Guarino has won a set of awards from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)-Washington Dateline for his series of articles that show how EPA and other government agencies still lack clear policies for how to address the risks of radiation from nuclear power plants and other sources, decades after construction of the first reactors. At the SPJ awards ceremony June 14, Doug not only won first prize in SPJ's newsletter category for which he had been nominated, but he was also selected at the judge's discretion for SPJ's Robert D.G. Lewis Watchdog Award, which is awarded for an entry "that best exemplifies journalism aimed at protecting the public from abuses by those who would betray the public trust."
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