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Speakers address concerns over proposed nuclear power plant in Levy County

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A proposed Progress Energy nuclear power plant in Levy County continues to cause controversy. The Civic Media Center in Gainesville hosted two speakers last night who advocated against the plant, coming just days before citizens have the opportunity to voice their concerns before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission:

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