By Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow for The New Yorker
February 19, 2021

"One of the county’s major employers was the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, situated on the coastline outside the city. Jobs there were stable and well-paying. But Diablo Canyon is a nuclear facility—it consists of two reactors, each contained inside a giant concrete dome—and Hoff, like many people, was suspicious of nuclear power . . .

She considered herself an environmentalist and took it for granted that environmentalism and nuclear power were at odds."

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