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Bell Bend, Pennsylvania
Calvert Cliffs, Maryland
Comanche Peak, Texas
Elmore County, Idaho
Grand Gulf, Mississippi
Levy County, Florida
Nine Mile Point, New York
North Anna, Virginia
River Bend, Louisiana
Shearon Harris, North Carolina
South Texas Project, Texas
Turkey Point, Florida
V.C. Summer Nuclear Station, South Carolina
Victoria County, Texas
William States Lee III Nuclear Site, South Carolina
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