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Nobody ever wants to talk about the all the leftover radioactive waste that results from nuclear facilites. Noone want to take it or store it. And cleanup costs are horrendous. I live in Washington State, and trying to clean up Hanford seems like a never ending task, and there never seems to be enough money.

Building new mini-nukes is one of Bush's pet projects, something I don't think we need. The technology always leaks out; do we really want terrorists of the future having their own mini-nukes? Idaho is a beautiful state, and I'd like to see it stay that way.

Shane (Idahoan)

I agree with "CoolAqua" the waste from a facility like this would be too much too handle with our current nuclear waste already. I don't see why we need a plant like this, it looks like a waste of money to me.

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