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March 5, 2014 12:00 AM

Obama budget puts SC's MOX fuel project on ice

The U.S. Department of Energy budget for the next fiscal year places a project at the Savannah River Site to convert weapons grade plutonium to nuclear reactor fuel on “cold standby,” according to the South Carolina chapter of the Sierra Club.

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