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Spill brings fresh attention to coming EPA coal ash rule

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A spill of coal ash in North Carolina is heating up debate over how the Environmental Protection Agency should regulate electric utilities' handling of the material. At issue is a proposed EPA rule governing how the coal byproduct should be stored. The EPA signaled in 2009 following a coal ash spill at a Tennessee Valley Authority-owned power plant in Kingston, Tenn., that it might treat coal...

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