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United States: Democratic Schism Jeopardizes Nuclear Support

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President Joe Biden’s strategy to pass a two-track climate change plan, including massive support for financially challenged US operating reactors, tilted off course this week amid growing fractures within his Democratic party. The fight is pitting moderate Democrats anxious about high spending levels that might cripple fossil fuel interests against progressives eager to advance climate goal objectives.

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