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CoolAqua

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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