Leslie Minerd, center, and Tom Clements, right, join others at the State House Thursday to urge legislators to repeal a law that allows SCANA to charge customers for construction of two reactors at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Generating Station near Jenkinsville before the project is completed. Minerd and Clements are co-founders of SCAMA — South Carolinians Against Monetary Abuse.
Leslie Minerd, center, and Tom Clements, right, join others at the State House Thursday to urge legislators to repeal a law that allows SCANA to charge customers for construction of two reactors at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Generating Station near Jenkinsville before the project is completed. Minerd and Clements are co-founders of SCAMA — South Carolinians Against Monetary Abuse. Roddie Burris rburris@thestate.com
Leslie Minerd, center, and Tom Clements, right, join others at the State House Thursday to urge legislators to repeal a law that allows SCANA to charge customers for construction of two reactors at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Generating Station near Jenkinsville before the project is completed. Minerd and Clements are co-founders of SCAMA — South Carolinians Against Monetary Abuse. Roddie Burris rburris@thestate.com

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