Nuke opponents cling to old fears
The Minnesota Senate has voted 50-14 to lift our ban on consideration of new nuclear plants. Nuclear advocates are pointing to the pollution-free, round-the-clock operation of nuclear plants, versus the harmful emissions from coal-fueled facilities that nuclear has the power to replace. Opponents retain the old fears, especially the issue of storing radioactive spent fuel pellets.
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