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California's Last Nuclear Plant Gets $1 Billion To Stay Open

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An aerial view of the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant.
Aerial view of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, the only operational nuclear plant left in California. (George Rose/Getty Images)

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