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Last Friday, Virginia utility company Dominion Energy announced it will not pursue a plan to build power lines along Carver Road in Prince William County. Many residents hold the area in high regard as a historic home for freed slaves and protested the plan, which many viewed as for the sole benefit of an Amazon data center. Kojo speaks with a local reporter who covered the dispute on what comes next.
- Antonio Olivo Staff writer for Washington Post; @aolivo
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