The federal government may soon face the first wave of damages awards in its long-running, multibillion-dollar breach-of-contract litigation with the nation’s utilities over disposal of spent nuclear fuel.

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has damages decisions pending in six of the more than 60 originally filed cases, which, by some industry estimates, could cost the government upward of $50 billion.

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