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Nuclear Power and Energy Independence
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The effective cost of electricity from nuclear power plants ranges between one and five cents per Kilowatt hour, making energy independence a viable option. The United States can use domestic resources and reduce the risk of putting American lives in danger by investing in energy independence, including clean fracking, nuclear, and renewable resources.

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