Coastal La. dilemma: Oil is essential; so is water

Associated Press: Out where Louisiana ends and the Gulf of Mexico begins, it's hard to know which is king -- oil or fishing. Up and down four-lane La. Route 23, which runs between two protective earthen levees, aluminum skiffs share driveway space with pickups. Meanwhile, a sign outside the Fill-A-Sack convenience store in Boothville proudly advertises gas with "ZERO ETHANOL" -- a subtle homage to the oil industry's tank farms and refineries that line the roads between here and New ......

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