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August 13, 2014 9:42 PM

McCrory misstated Duke Energy holdings, sold stock after coal-ash spill

Gov. Pat McCrory failed to disclose his ownership of Duke Energy stock this year in two North Carolina ethics filings and sold the stock after a torrent of bad publicity about the company's coal-ash spill, the governor's office acknowledged Wednesday. McCrory's lawyer, Bob Stephens, says the content of the form was his mistake.

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