Coal Ash Spill Leaves Most North Carolina Voters Craving Stronger Environmental Leadership

EcoWatch: After polling North Carolina voters for three days, the Sierra Club and Hart Research Associates concluded that residents lack confidence in their state leaders after Duke Energy’s coal ash spill in February. Nearly three-quarters of voters say the incident makes them want stronger regulations and enforcement from future candidates, and the results show no difference along partisan lines. As Hart began conducting the survey on March 10, the Waterkeeper Alliance flew over the Duke Energy Cape......

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