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Most people that live near the plant are all for an expansion.

"It's good for the community, dollar wise, and we need the power," said Steve Anderson, a 28-year resident of Bay City, while waiting in front of a local auto repair shop. "Nuclear is very clean, we just got to figure out what to do with the waste."

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