Click To Take Action!On February 3, a Duke Energy coal ash pond ruptured—spilling more than 80,000 tons of coal ash into North Carolina’s Dan River. Enough toxic sludge to fill 73 Olympic-sized pools.

But this was no accident.  In the past year, three Clean Water Act lawsuits were filed against Duke Energy—and each time, North Carolina’s Department of the Environment and Natural Resources blocked any federal enforcement to craft a toothless “settlement.”

It’s no wonder. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory worked at Duke Energy for 28 years.

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