The San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant in northern San Diego County.
San Onofre, one of California's two nuclear power plants, has been shut down for more than two months after an unusual amount of wear was discovered in some of the tubes that hold radioactive water. Now, there may be an initiative on the November ballot that would make the shutdown permanent at San Onofre and the state's other nuclear plant, Diablo Canyon. Reporter: Rachael Myrow
We talk with KPCC's Orange County Bureau Chief Ed Joyce about the status of San Onofre, and of the ballot measure.
[Correction: In the broadcast version of this piece, we should have stated that June 28 is the deadline for state measures to qualify for the November ballot.]