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September 30, 2009 3:24 PM

Activists: Florida nuclear plant's expansion 'water heavy'

Florida Power & Light plans to build two more nuclear reactors at the Turkey Point nuclear power station east of Homestead. Environmentalists worry that the water that's required to cool the new reactors would overtax the local supply, and should be a bigger concern to residents than plans for new overhead power lines.

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