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July 6, 1995 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To Garina Khknavorian, the choice is clear: live with an aging Soviet-built nuclear power plant in her back yard, or spend another four years doing her family's laundry by hand and by candlelight. She'll take the nuke any day, thank you. "We understand that there is a risk, but to live endlessly under these conditions is impossible," said Khknavorian, 47, an unemployed engineer. "We want to live like human beings."
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July 6, 1995 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To Garina Khknavorian, the choice is clear: live with an aging Soviet-built nuclear power plant in her back yard, or spend another four years doing her family's laundry by hand and by candlelight. She'll take the nuke any day, thank you. "We understand that there is a risk, but to live endlessly under these conditions is impossible," said Khknavorian, 47, an unemployed engineer. "We want to live like human beings."
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