State toxicologist Dr. Ken Rudo, pictured here in a Canary Coalition video taken at a 2014 public meeting in Cashiers, says he felt pressured to weaken do-not-drink warnings about well water near Duke Energy’s coal ash storage sites.
State toxicologist Dr. Ken Rudo, pictured here in a Canary Coalition video taken at a 2014 public meeting in Cashiers, says he felt pressured to weaken do-not-drink warnings about well water near Duke Energy’s coal ash storage sites. The Canary Coalition
State toxicologist Dr. Ken Rudo, pictured here in a Canary Coalition video taken at a 2014 public meeting in Cashiers, says he felt pressured to weaken do-not-drink warnings about well water near Duke Energy’s coal ash storage sites. The Canary Coalition

Governor’s office acted badly by pressuring and accusing state toxicologist

August 07, 2016 06:26 PM

UPDATED August 08, 2016 07:22 PM

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