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Is there a place in the u.s where there are no nuclear power plants with in a 400 mile radius.

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This page lists all nuclear reactors around the world by region. http://www.globalnuclearcontaminationwatch.com/nuclear_reactors.html

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Bismarck, North Dakota. Actually, almost anywhere in North Dakota.

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