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Action on Nuclear Moves to States as Reactors Come Under Threat

Pennsylvania is home to the first state legislature in the nation to host a nuclear energy caucus. The Pennsylvania General Assembly announced on March 16 the formation of a bipartisan, bicameral group of lawmakers to focus on nuclear energy issues. But that is just the latest in a string of activity at the state level. In Kentucky, a state known for its support of coal, the legislature has passed a bill lifting a decades-old moratorium on new nuclear generation. In New York, NEI President and Chief Executive Officer Maria Korsnick defended the plan aimed at preserving operating nuclear plants before the Empire State’s legislature.

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