Exelon Corp.’s Clinton Power Station as seen through a tangle of high-voltage power lines in Clinton, Illinois. A massive forward-looking energy plan pushed by Exelon Corp. and derided as a multibillion-dollar bailout for two unprofitable nuclear plants in Clinton and the Quad Cities could land on Illinois legislators’ desks in the final days of the General Assembly's fall veto session.
Exelon Corp.’s Clinton Power Station as seen through a tangle of high-voltage power lines in Clinton, Illinois. A massive forward-looking energy plan pushed by Exelon Corp. and derided as a multibillion-dollar bailout for two unprofitable nuclear plants in Clinton and the Quad Cities could land on Illinois legislators’ desks in the final days of the General Assembly's fall veto session. John Dixon AP
Exelon Corp.’s Clinton Power Station as seen through a tangle of high-voltage power lines in Clinton, Illinois. A massive forward-looking energy plan pushed by Exelon Corp. and derided as a multibillion-dollar bailout for two unprofitable nuclear plants in Clinton and the Quad Cities could land on Illinois legislators’ desks in the final days of the General Assembly's fall veto session. John Dixon AP

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