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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Alex Flint
"I thought it was indicative of the times that, in their talks immediately after the election, the president, [incoming House Speaker John A.] Boehner and Sen. McConnell all mentioned nuclear energy," Mr. Flint said. "That is because nuclear energy is now ... at the center of the debate about energy policy. We do believe it is the middle ground on which both parties can compromise."
"The business environment is the principal driver," said Alex Flint of the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), a Washington-base trade group. "How long is the recession going to last? When are we going to see the demand forecast pick up?"