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The US House voted Monday to approve legislation that would ban the importation of enriched Russian uranium, sending the measure to the Senate where it has support but limited time for passage this year

The Prohibiting Russian Uranium Imports Act, which was approved by voice vote, would bar Russian uranium imports 90 days after enactment while allowing a temporary waiver until January 2028

Russia provided almost a quarter of the enriched uranium used to fuel America’s fleet of more than 90 commercial reactors, making it the No 1 foreign supplier to the US last year, according to Energy Department data Russia is also the only commercially available source of special highly enriched reactor fuel known as Haleu that is needed for a new breed of advanced 


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