Coal Ash Issue

February 22, 2014 12:00 AM

Coal ash spill could push NC to move more aggressively on environmental threats

North Carolina’s dramatic coal ash spill on the Dan River was decades in the making. But as evidence mounted in recent years that North Carolina’s14 coal ash sites seep toxins into groundwater and rivers, state officials moved slowly.

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