As states race to keep plants open, California becomes a test case of how much the tide has shifted. The movement has been boosted by growing public acceptance of nuclear power and has nurtured an unlikely coalition of industry players and legions of young grass-roots environmental activists more worried about climate change than nuclear accidents. An article on the Washington Post delves into the current debate and includes comments by MIT CEEPR Associate Director John Parsons.

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