Ken Bensinger

Los Angeles Times

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Southern California Edison  and the  PG&E  claim that California's two nuclear plants are designed to withstand any credible earthquake or tsunami.

Lawmakers Push for Reviews of California's Two Nuclear Plants

Southern California Edison and the PG&E claim that California's two nuclear plants are designed to withstand any credible earthquake or tsunami.

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