As BP oil spill fight continues, more areas closed to the public

Christian Science Monitor: With confirmed sightings of oil across a 50-mile chain of islands that line Louisiana's Southwestern coast, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) has ordered the affected area closed to public entry. The agency also expanded an earlier ban on fishing in the area east of the Mississippi River. Last Sunday, NOAA announced a ten-day ban on all recreational and commercial fishing between the mouth of the Mississippi River and Florida's Pensacola Bay. That set off alarms ......

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