Just redefine the problem to no problem.
Previous exposure limits were set based on actual testing, measurements and a defined "acceptable risk".
EPA to raise "safe" limits
"the new standards will result in a “nearly 1000-fold increase for exposure to strontium-90, a 3000 to 100,000-fold hike for exposure to iodine-131; and an almost 25,000 rise for exposure to radioactive nickel-63? in drinking water."
US gov’t may raise radiation exposure levels in food, drink, soil
We all deserve to know why some in the agency want to legitimize exposing the public to radiation at levels vastly higher than what EPA officially considers dangerous,” Erickson added.
Internal documents obtained by PEER under a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit last autumn show that, under the updated PAG, a single glass of water could give the equivalent of a lifetime’s permissible exposure. According to PEER, the new limits would cause a cancer in as much as every fourth person exposed
EPA to Raise Limits for Radiation Exposure While Canada Turns off Fallout Detectors
http://www.organicconsumers.org/article … _22958.cfm
Reaction to EPA's Radiation Exposure Rule
http://www.8newsnow.com/story/3712666/r … osure-rule