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Coal Ash Wednesday: Stith's refusal to testify begs the question

What is he trying to hide? Stith declined, on advice of attorney, to answer questions about coal ash pollution, the interaction between Duke Energy and state government, or about enforcement efforts against the utility. But he agreed to answer questions about his comments on Rudo. SELC argues that Duke Energy and the governor’s office have worked closely together on coal ash, and Stith has first-hand knowledge about the issues.
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