Oil spill ripples through Florida economy

Reuters: Gary Chernekoff doesn't own a restaurant, isn't a charter boat captain and doesn't work for a hotel or resort. But he is hurting. A plumber by trade, the Pensacola, Florida resident expected to have a busy and profitable summer. He had three big jobs lined up -- vacation homes being built in this summer tourist haven on the coast of the Florida Panhandle. It was more than enough work for a one-man operation. But the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that began in ......

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