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Barrow tours Plant Vogtle

BURKE COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

Congressman John Barrow and nuclear regulatory leaders toured Plant Vogtle today.

They got a look at the ongoing construction at two new reactor sites.

The men congratulated Georgia Power on the hard work, and agreed that through cooperation of several agencies, the work is getting done.

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