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Members of an anti-nuclear group -- Nancy Gilbert (left) and Doug Long (right) -- were hold up in the governor's constituent services office Friday evening. Long was later one of three protesters who were arrested for refusing to leave. [Photo: Antonio Caban/SHNS]

Three activists were arrested for trespassing Friday night at the State House after they refused to leave one of Gov. Charlie Baker's offices, trying to convince the governor to join them in sounding a nuclear alarm. Citing safety concerns, Cape Downwinders has called on Baker to ask that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission immediately close Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station, which is scheduled to close in 2019.

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