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Nuclear Relapse

New Reactor Proposals

Learn More about where new reactors are being proposed, who wants to construct nuclear reactors and what Public Citizen and its allies are doing to challenge these proposals.  Also, learn about the permitting and federal licensing process associated with nuclear power.

Interactive Map of Proposals

Navigate an interactive map to visually explore the which states are facing nuclear development projects.

Fatal Flaws of Nuclear Power

Learn More about the issues assoiated with nuclear power including; cost, safety, security and radioactive waste disposal.

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