Beachgoers walk near the San Onofre nuclear power plant in San Clemente. The plant was shut down in 2012. That closure led to a secret deal to have utility ratepayers bear most of the cost, then a scandal when the deal was disclosed. Now the Public Utilities Commission is reopening the case.
Beachgoers walk near the San Onofre nuclear power plant in San Clemente. The plant was shut down in 2012. That closure led to a secret deal to have utility ratepayers bear most of the cost, then a scandal when the deal was disclosed. Now the Public Utilities Commission is reopening the case. Lenny Ignelzi Associated Press file
Beachgoers walk near the San Onofre nuclear power plant in San Clemente. The plant was shut down in 2012. That closure led to a secret deal to have utility ratepayers bear most of the cost, then a scandal when the deal was disclosed. Now the Public Utilities Commission is reopening the case. Lenny Ignelzi Associated Press file

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