Environment Minnesota to release report on threat of nuclear power plants to Minnesota’s drinking water

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A new report from Environment Minnesota on the threat of nuclear power plants to Minnesota’s drinking water will be released next week in Red Wing. Spokeswomen from the Environment Minnesota and the Minnesota Public Interest Research Group will present the report, along with Kristen Eide-Tollefson from the Prairie Island Nuclear Generating Plant study group.

A spokesperson from Prairie Island nuclear plant has been invited.

Source: Republican Eagle

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