Legislation to revise a 2006 nuclear cost recovery law was cleared by the Florida House of Representatives on Wednesday, a day after the House rejected efforts to repeal the law. A key provision in the bill would require the state's Public Service Commission to conduct further studies for future reactor construction projects. The commission needs to verify that a project's costs are "reasonable" and that it "remains feasible" before it secures preconstruction work approval.

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