Almost no oil recovered from sand berms

Associated Press: The big set of sand barriers erected by Louisiana's governor to protect the coastline at the height of the Gulf oil spill is being criticized by a presidential commission as a colossal, $200 million waste of money so far. Hardly any oil ever reached the berms, government documents obtained by The Associated Press show. Gov. Bobby Jindal, who pushed the venture over the objections of scientists and federal agencies, is defending it. And despite the commission's scathing report, he plans to move......

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