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FIRST ON 3: Titan says Obama's overturn of controversial EPA regulation won't help or hurt

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video President Barack Obama scrapped his administration's controversial plans to tighten smog rules earlier this month, bowing to the demands of congressional Republicans and some business leaders. "It neither complicates nor simplifies our permitting process – it has no impact," says Carolinas Cement Company President Bob Odom. Full story...
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State releases Titan draft air permit

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The North Carolina Division of Air Quality has released a draft air permit for the planned Titan America cement plant in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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Citizens rally to stop Titan Cement's 'bullying tactics'

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Some very concerned citizens gathered in Castle Hayne Wednesday afternoon to protest the proposed Titan Cement plant. Full story...
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Titan Cement Plant cited in Virginia

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"Titan America was cited for numerous environmental violations spanning several years and now has admitted to those violations in an agreement, called a Special Order of Consent, with the State of Virginia." - STOP TITAN Full story...
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Mercury testing means chopping your locks

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Some Cape Fear residents are now missing a chunk of hair... but they're one step closer to finding out how much mercury is in their bodies. Full story...
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Rally planned this weekend for two being sued by Titan for slander

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Community event supporting local residents Kayne Darrell and Dr. David Hill in response to the recent lawsuit against them from Titan Cement. Those attending will participate in a visual group solidarity action in support of Dr. Hill and Kayne Darrell. Full story...
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Greenpeace sails into town targeting coal use

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video The Port City sees many ships come and go, but one that arrived today hopes to leave a lasting impression. Full story...
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Stop Titan receives $1.2 million grant

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The Stop Titan Action Network received a $1.2 million grant from the Educational Foundation of America - reports the Greater Wilmington Business Journal. The EFA is based in Westport, Conn., and contributes to arts, education, environment and sustainable population issues throughout the world. Full story...
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