Case#12 - B renda Hawkins ECO 405 Mr Niesser Case#12 U.S orders BP to pay for extended La barrier island berms repair job stalls The White House

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Brenda Hawkins ECO 405 Mr. Niesser 06/02/2010 Case#12 U.S. orders BP to pay for extended La. barrier island berms; repair job stalls. The White House ordered BP to pay for construction of five more large sections of Louisiana barrier island sand berms Wednesday as efforts to contain the gushing Deepwater Horizon oil spill hit more obstacles and the slick approached Florida. Speaking from the coastal town of Venice, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) said he had just heard from the White House that BP would be required to pay for the work. Although the projects had already passed expedited environmental approval, the administration also needed to determine whether the work would actually stop oil from entering the marshlands. "There is no time for waiting," Jindal said. "We are asking the Coast Guard and the federal government to force BP to act responsibly and immediately get to work on all the six segments that have now been approved as part of our oil spill-fighting efforts." The potentially costly construction has been a high priority for Louisiana officials, but federal
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course BUS 499 taught by Professor Campbell during the Spring '11 term at Strayer.

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Case#12 - B renda Hawkins ECO 405 Mr Niesser Case#12 U.S orders BP to pay for extended La barrier island berms repair job stalls The White House

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