Ruth Zalph (with hat on left) from Chapel Hill, along with other members of the “Raging Grannies” Glen Benjamin from Durham and Liz Evans from Carrboro, shout “no more coal ash” as they rally together in protest in front of the Duke Energy building Thursday.
Ruth Zalph (with hat on left) from Chapel Hill, along with other members of the “Raging Grannies” Glen Benjamin from Durham and Liz Evans from Carrboro, shout “no more coal ash” as they rally together in protest in front of the Duke Energy building Thursday. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
Ruth Zalph (with hat on left) from Chapel Hill, along with other members of the “Raging Grannies” Glen Benjamin from Durham and Liz Evans from Carrboro, shout “no more coal ash” as they rally together in protest in front of the Duke Energy building Thursday. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

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