Senate votes to allow nuclear power plants
ST. PAUL -- No new Minnesota nuclear power plants are planned, but state senators overwhelmingly voted Wednesday to lift a 16-year-old moratorium on building one.
"It is not a decision to construct a new nuclear power plant in the state of Minnesota ..." Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch, R-Buffalo, said about the vote. "It is not a preference for nuclear power."
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