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UF expert: wary of nuclear reactor permits


Georgia will have two new nuclear reactors helping to power its grid in the coming years after the Nuclear Regulatory Comission approved their construction.

The move concerns some in the wake of the disaster at Fukushima in Japan less than a year ago.

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