Coal ash protestors gesture at a motorcade containing Gov. Pat McCrory outside the 2016 N.C. Rural Assembly Tuesday. Many of the state’s coal ash pits are in rural areas.
Coal ash protestors gesture at a motorcade containing Gov. Pat McCrory outside the 2016 N.C. Rural Assembly Tuesday. Many of the state’s coal ash pits are in rural areas. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
Coal ash protestors gesture at a motorcade containing Gov. Pat McCrory outside the 2016 N.C. Rural Assembly Tuesday. Many of the state’s coal ash pits are in rural areas. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
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