NEW ORLEANS -- A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begi...
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After the massive oil spill off the coast of Louisiana my friend, Stephanie Kovac felt compelled to write the following Op-Ed column.
FORT JACKSON, La. (AP) - Rescue crews are cleaning the first bird found coated with oil that's been spewing from a sunken rig in the Gulf of Mexico.
We found dead dolphins and sea turtles and jellyfish washing up everywhere despite the greenish-blue waters and white-sand beaches that appear clean. Dispersants are a prime culprit.
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