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April 1, 2014 5:25 PM

In court filings, Duke denies NC's coal ash allegations

Duke Energy has denied in court documents filed Monday the environmental violations alleged in North Carolina's lawsuits against it involving coal ash storage ponds. The utility also filed a motion to remove a group of environmental organizations from the lawsuits, arguing they don't have the legal authority to join the enforcement action.

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