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Radioactive leak is fixed at Vermont plant

After two months’ repair, the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant can begin operating again. The state senate has ordered it closed for good in 2012. Reversal is possible, but public opinion is heavily against continued operation. Entergy, the operator, said no pipes existed to leak, but they did and did.

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