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Peter Dykstra: Past deadline and over budget, nuclear energy is struggling.

Far from the fire and fury of headline-grabbing Trump dramas, the apparent slow death of nuclear power plays on.

ATLANTA—Georgia Power is in the midst of a financial and political maelstrom over its expansion of Plant Vogtle, a 70s-era two reactor complex near Augusta.

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