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After months of secret talks, sweeping energy bill unveiled in North Carolina

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The North Carolina State Capitol Building in Raleigh.

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The 47-page bill would close Duke Energy coal plants but require new gas-fired ones, drawing quick opposition from clean energy advocates.

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