For decades there has been strong bipartisan support for nuclear power plants among state and federal elected officials. These plants do not emit pollution, provide cost competitive electricity and have many other regional economic benefits. Among those supporting nuclear power, in an often very hostile environment, has been Michael Bloomberg, as Mayor of New York City and a climate change philanthropist. While Mr. Bloomberg has not been discussing nuclear power lately, he would be well served to do so. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler has written a commentary for InsideSources about this topic here.
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