Michael Blood

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Investigative reporter for the Associated Press, based in Los Angeles

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SoCal Edison has shut down San Onofre in Orange County, leaving California with just one remaining nuclear power plant: Diablo Canyon, on the rugged coast near San Luis Obispo.

Diablo Canyon: Former Inspector Says It’s Time to Shut It Down

SoCal Edison has shut down San Onofre in Orange County, leaving California with just one remaining nuclear power plant: Diablo Canyon, on the rugged coast near San Luis Obispo.

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