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End of the line for SoCal’s San Onofre nuclear plant

Friday, June 7, 2013

Now that the troubled San Onofre plant on the coast between Orange County and San Diego is shutting down for good—leaving 1,100 people without jobs—the questions begin. Among them: How will the loss of its power be made up? What’s the impact on the state’s power grid? What becomes of the nuclear waste there? LA Times has answers.

Also: a timeline of the plant’s history from AP, and what state officials are saying about the impact of the closure on Northern California from the Mercury News.

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