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Special Session To Be Held for Healthcare Providers Regarding  the BP Settlement Program

Special Session To Be Held for Healthcare Providers Regarding the BP Settlement Program

BP Oil Spill Claims: Why Are We Helping Businesses Recover?

BP Oil Spill Claims: Why Are We Helping Businesses Recover?

2013 Sees BP In and Out of Courtrooms

2013 Sees BP In and Out of Courtrooms

Remembering the Eleven Men Lost On Fourth Anniversary of BP Spill

Remembering the Eleven Men Lost On Fourth Anniversary of BP Spill

BP Settlement Program Update-January 23, 2013

BP Settlement Program Update-January 23, 2013

Target of BP settlement probe lashes out at Freeh

Target of BP settlement probe lashes out at Freeh

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill - FSU Sampling Cruise - June 22, 2010

New Oil Surfaces in the Gulf of Mexico, and Yes it’s BP’s Oil - what is BP going to do about this?

What Would an Energy NAFTA Mean for the #Environment ? Maybe Something Good #GE #ClimateChange

What Would an Energy NAFTA Mean for the #Environment ? Maybe Something Good #GE #ClimateChange

"This is not a hand me out, it's not a freebie, it is well deserved. It really restores them to where they were pre-spill. No one is really making a fortune, it's making them whole from what they lost several years after the spill."

"This is not a hand me out, it's not a freebie, it is well deserved. It really restores them to where they were pre-spill. No one is really making a fortune, it's making them whole from what they lost several years after the spill."

Hundreds of kilograms of oily debris on beaches, declining seafood catches, and other troubling signs point towards an ecosystem in crisis in the wake of BP's 2010 oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. State of Louisiana statistics confirm that overall seafood catch numbers since the spill have declined.

Hundreds of kilograms of oily debris on beaches, declining seafood catches, and other troubling signs point towards an ecosystem in crisis in the wake of BP's 2010 oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. State of Louisiana statistics confirm that overall seafood catch numbers since the spill have declined.

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