Western Opposition Could Stall Nuclear Power
By Laura Strickler
Washington, DC – President George W. Bush is pushing the benefits of nuclear power again. But leaders in Congress are increasingly expressing doubts about the viability of a planned nuclear waste site at Yucca Mountain--especially representatives from Western States. Some experts say nuclear power companies won't break ground on new plants until the nuclear waste dilemma is resolved. Laura Strickler reports from our Capitol Hill bureau.