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  • Coalition calls for continued pressure on Duke Energy over coal ash cleanup

    The Alliance of Carolinians Together (ACT) Against Coal Ash held a press conference at the N.C. General Assembly on Wednesday to call on Duke Energy, the legislature, state regulators and Gov. Pat McCrory to find permanent, safe solutions for coal ash that protect all communities from the toxic waste.

The Alliance of Carolinians Together (ACT) Against Coal Ash held a press conference at the N.C. General Assembly on Wednesday to call on Duke Energy, the legislature, state regulators and Gov. Pat McCrory to find permanent, safe solutions for coal ash that protect all communities from the toxic waste. Clifton Dowell NCInsider.com
The Alliance of Carolinians Together (ACT) Against Coal Ash held a press conference at the N.C. General Assembly on Wednesday to call on Duke Energy, the legislature, state regulators and Gov. Pat McCrory to find permanent, safe solutions for coal ash that protect all communities from the toxic waste. Clifton Dowell NCInsider.com
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Coal ash neighbors form coalition

September 23, 2015 5:09 PM

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