SOUTH CAROLINA LAWMAKERS TO TRUMP: SAVE NUCLEAR FUEL PROJECT

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and the state's congressional delegation urged President Donald Trump on Thursday to reconsider his administration's plan to shut down a half-built nuclear fuel facility in their state.

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