BP oil spill: Claims can’t make up losses for many Gulf residents

Christian Science Monitor: The US government has no idea how much money Sam Smith, a bartender in Orange Beach, Ala., socks away during the 100 days of summer that define the Gulf Coast high season. Let's just say it's a fair amount. But not this year. The BP oil spill has seen to that, as the usual stream of tourists has become a trickle. Likewise for Mr. Smith's hours on the job and tips from customers. BP has promised to make "whole" those whose livelihoods are curtailed because of the gargantuan ......

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