Nuclear Stalemate Left Radioactive Waste on a CA Beach

Nuclear Stalemate Left Radioactive Waste on a CA Beach
AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File

When I got to the San Onofre State Beach about 60 miles north of San Diego, the red sun of fire season was sandwiched on the horizon between a layer of fog and the sea. Surfers floated in a line off the shore. It looked like any other California beach — except for the row of signs that warned “Nuclear Power Plant Exclusion Area,” and the twin reactor domes rising above the bluffs.

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