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Gulf Oil Spill - One Year Later
Cabins For Lease
These cabins for lease indicate tourism in the region is still struggling.
At the Marina
At Venice Marina, fishing is back.
Fighting for Residents
Billy Nungesser is the outspoken president of Plaquemines' Parish, LA, which was hard hit by the spill. He's holding a report on the oil spill: one year later, "Plaquemines Parish Oil Spill Report."
Looking to Sue
An example of scores of signs placed on front lawns and in storefronts advertising for attorneys ready to sue BP.
Back to Fishing
Harold Huckabee, fisherman in Venice Marina, says he helped carried oil spill cleanup workers and equipment last summer. That didn't make things easy for him though, he says.
Struggling to Work
This fisherman, Michael Waddle, says he wasn't able to get BP work. Those that did, he says, bought new boats creating more competition.
Rick Jones says he's worried about a lower demand for seafood driving down prices.