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WWLTV: Refinery chemical discharge not harmful say state officials, yet concerns persist

Maya Rodriguez / Eyewitness News

CHALMETTE, La.-- Operations appeared to be back to normal at Chalmette Refining on Tuesday, after a chemical discharge the night before. People living across the Mississippi River in Algiers described the smell as a foul odor.


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Houma Today: Seafood safety tests go online

By Nikki Buskey, Staff Writer

Anyone concerned about Gulf seafood in the wake of last year’s oil spill can check a new state website that includes the results of repeated tests that officials say show the fish, shrimp and other sea creatures are safe to eat.


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The Daily Caller: EPA spending millions for ‘environmental justice’

Caroline May is a reporter for The Daily Caller.


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Examiner: Disaster in one of Earth's last Cypress stands, 1000s dead fish float Louisiana

Deborah Dupre, Human Rights Examiner

"Fisherman's Paradise" faces another major environmental disaster, a Fisherman's Hell


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Louisiana Weekly: Gulf activists stage protest as BP’s cleanup slows

By Susan Buchanan, Contributing Writer


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Examiner: Supreme Court likely to rule Big oil Human Rights abuse lawsuits possible

Deborah Dupre, Human Rights Examiner

Everywhere oil is drilled, from Louisiana to Nigeria, human rights violations abound 


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Nextgov: Social Networks as Life Lines

By John Pulley

Got a public-health emergency? Log into Facebook.


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The Lens: Senator using skewed numbers on oil industry’s safety record

By Benjamin Leger, The Lens contributing opinion writer |


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