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Shutdown not affecting CR3 yet

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By Pat Faherty

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which oversees the Crystal River area nuclear plant, could stay open another week despite the federal government shutdown.

“For now we have carryover funds from the previous fiscal year that could last about a week if the situation is not resolved,” said NRC spokesperson Neil Sheehan. “But, resident inspectors and our emergency response team will remain on the job.”
 


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