In the late ‘80s, Andrews County wanted something to make the town more financially stable - they didn’t want to blow away and become ghost towns. So, they started looking at other options. One was landfills, particularly radioactive landfills.
Unlike some issues that polarize presidential candidates, the broad energy positions of President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney are strikingly similar. It’s the finer brush strokes of policy that reveal differences.
Kuczynski talks about cost overruns at Plant Vogtle – there aren’t any. In the most recent construction monitor filing with the Georgia Public Service Commission, Georgia Power notes that the project was in fact $28 million under budget.
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