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Restore the Gulf

A year after the Gulf Coast oil well disaster, what is happening in the region so affected by the oil spill? This official federal government site shows how attention has turned to the restoration of the Gulf with regard to
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A year after the Gulf Coast oil well disaster, what is happening in the region so affected by the oil spill? This official federal government site shows how attention has turned to the restoration of the Gulf with regard to wildlife, the impact on the sea and coastal areas, and travel and tourism. This site also provides a means for those affected by the spill and its aftermath to file a claim for damages, and offers updates on the return to normal life for people earning a living in the hardest hit areas.

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