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As Irma approaches nuclear plants in Florida, lessons from Andrew resonate

Advance warning favors preparedness, but 1992 hurricane still ran up $90 million bill.
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Florida nuclear plants plan shutdown ahead of Hurricane Irma

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Rachel Maddow reports on preparations by Florida's nuclear power plants and other facilities as Hurricane Irma approaches.

Will Hurricane Irma also cause the next Fukushima nuclear disaster in Florida?

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Floridians have plenty to worry about as Hurricane Irma approaches the state. Florida Power and Light claims their two nuclear plants, both located on Florida’s Atlantic coast, are not among them. In a press conference, a spokespers...

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