Fiery La. Politician Leads Fight To Clean Up Oil Spill

National Public Radio: One of the areas hardest hit by the BP oil spill is Louisiana's Plaquemines Parish. Located at the state's southernmost end, it runs along the Mississippi for 70 miles as the mighty river empties out into the Gulf of Mexico. Parish residents are weary after more than six weeks of fighting to keep the oil out of their prized marshlands. But they have something in their arsenal that other parishes don't: Billy Nungesser. The parish president is a newcomer to politics who isn't ......

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