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The Governor claims to still be dead set against spent nuclear fuel rods being stored anywhere in Utah, but some political insiders have been exploring options, or a Plan "B" that could send the highly radioactive waste to Eastern Utah. They claim this would reap billions for the state and under government control the waste could be stored much safer.