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  •  - Governor Bobby Jindal speaks to the media about Deepwater Horizon oil spill recovery effort at marina in Empire Louisiana

    Governor Bobby Jindal speaks to the media about Deepwater Horizon oil spill recovery effort at marina in Empire Louisiana

    Posted: 6/17/2010 5:45:19 PM EST
    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal speaks to the media about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill recovery effort at a marina in Empire, Louisiana June 17, 2010. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
  •  - Governor Bobby Jindal looks on as barges loaded with vacuums to clean oil from Deepwater Horizon spill depart marina in Empire Louisiana

    Governor Bobby Jindal looks on as barges loaded with vacuums to clean oil from Deepwater Horizon spill depart marina in Empire Louisiana

    Posted: 6/17/2010 5:43:32 PM EST
    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal looks on as barges loaded with vacuums to clean oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill depart a marina in Empire, Louisiana June 17, 2010. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES BUSINESS - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  -  Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal sits in on a briefing on the BP oil spill with U.S. President Barack Obama at Coast Guard Station Gulfport in Gulfport, Mississippi

    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal sits in on a briefing on the BP oil spill with U.S. President Barack Obama at Coast Guard Station Gulfport in Gulfport, Mississippi

    Posted: 6/14/2010 1:32:27 PM EST
    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (L) sits in on a briefing on the BP oil spill with U.S. President Barack Obama at Coast Guard Station Gulfport in Gulfport, Mississippi, June 14, 2010. Obama said on Monday there were still problems in processing damage claims from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY DISASTER BUSINESS)
  •  - Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal leaves after a briefing about damage caused by oil spill in Louisiana

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal leaves after a briefing about damage caused by oil spill in Louisiana

    Posted: 5/28/2010 4:01:25 PM EST
    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal leaves after a briefing in Grand Isle about the damage caused by oil spill in Louisiana, May 28, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and other officials speak to the media in Pass A Loutre

    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and other officials speak to the media in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 7:48:39 PM EST
    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and other officials explain to the media the damage the BP oil spill has already inflicted on the delicate coastline in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
  •  - Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre

    Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:53:28 PM EST
    Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana on May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre

    Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:51:24 PM EST
    Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Garret Graves with the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority collects an oil sample in Pass A Loutre

    Garret Graves with the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority collects an oil sample in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:48:18 PM EST
    Garret Graves with the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority collects an oil sample in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre

    Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:45:39 PM EST
    Oil floats on the surface in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - CNN reporter Cooper lays down in the bow of an air boat to take a picture as Governor Jindal safely removes a fishing net from the oil contaminated water in Pass A Loutre

    CNN reporter Cooper lays down in the bow of an air boat to take a picture as Governor Jindal safely removes a fishing net from the oil contaminated water in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:41:26 PM EST
    CNN reporter Anderson Cooper lays down on the bow of an air boat to take a picture as Governor Bobby Jindal (R) safely removes a fishing net from the oil contaminated water in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre

    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:38:23 PM EST
    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre

    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:36:05 PM EST
    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre

    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:34:40 PM EST
    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Green Heron found in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Laughing Gull found in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana

    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Laughing Gull found in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:28:12 PM EST
    A member of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries holds an oil covered Laughing Gull found in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (L) gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Secretary of Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Barham and Governor Jindal glide through oil past a containment boom in Pass A Loutre

    Secretary of Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Barham and Governor Jindal glide through oil past a containment boom in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:23:54 PM EST
    Secretary of Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Robert Barham (L) and Governor Bobby Jindal (R) glide through oil past a containment boom in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Secretary of Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Barham helps Governor Jindal safely remove a fishing net from the oil contaminated water in Pass A Loutre

    Secretary of Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Barham helps Governor Jindal safely remove a fishing net from the oil contaminated water in Pass A Loutre

    Posted: 5/26/2010 6:16:30 PM EST
    Secretary of Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Robert Barham (L) helps Governor Bobby Jindal (R) safely remove a fishing net from the oil contaminated water in Pass A Loutre near Venice, Louisiana May 26, 2010. Louisiana Governor Jindal gave a tour of the area to reporters showing the damage of the oil spill. BP launched an ambitious deep sea operation to choke off a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, but President Barack Obama cautioned Americans there was no guarantee it would work. BP is under intense pressure from Obama to bring a swift end to the five-week-old spill that threatens an environmental catastrophe and has ignited a political storm. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Greenpeace activist holds a banner at BP headquarters in London

    Greenpeace activist holds a banner at BP headquarters in London

    Posted: 5/20/2010 4:16:27 AM EST
    A Greenpeace activist holds a banner at BP headquarters in London May 20, 2010. Heavy oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill threatened Louisiana marshlands on Thursday after washing ashore for the first time since a BP-operated rig exploded a month ago, sparking ecological disaster. Calling it a "day that we have all been fearing," Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said on Wednesday that heavy oil -- not simply tar balls or sheen -- had entered the state's prized wetlands. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
  •  - Greenpeace activists occupy a balcony at BP headquarters in London

    Greenpeace activists occupy a balcony at BP headquarters in London

    Posted: 5/20/2010 4:15:16 AM EST
    Greenpeace activists occupy a balcony at BP headquarters in London May 20, 2010. Heavy oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill threatened Louisiana marshlands on Thursday after washing ashore for the first time since a BP-operated rig exploded a month ago, sparking ecological disaster. Calling it a "day that we have all been fearing," Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said on Wednesday that heavy oil -- not simply tar balls or sheen -- had entered the state's prized wetlands. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
  •  - Greenpeace activists hoist a flag after climbing onto a balcony at BP headquarters in London

    Greenpeace activists hoist a flag after climbing onto a balcony at BP headquarters in London

    Posted: 5/20/2010 4:13:06 AM EST
    Greenpeace activists hoist a flag after climbing onto a balcony at BP headquarters in London May 20, 2010. Heavy oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill threatened Louisiana marshlands on Thursday after washing ashore for the first time since a BP-operated rig exploded a month ago, sparking ecological disaster. Calling it a "day that we have all been fearing," Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said on Wednesday that heavy oil -- not simply tar balls or sheen -- had entered the state's prized wetlands. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
  •  - Greenpeace activists hoist a flag after climbing onto a balcony at BP headquarters in London

    Greenpeace activists hoist a flag after climbing onto a balcony at BP headquarters in London

    Posted: 5/20/2010 4:11:40 AM EST
    Greenpeace activists hoist a flag after climbing onto a balcony at BP headquarters in London May 20, 2010. Heavy oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill threatened Louisiana marshlands on Thursday after washing ashore for the first time since a BP-operated rig exploded a month ago, sparking ecological disaster. Calling it a "day that we have all been fearing," Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said on Wednesday that heavy oil -- not simply tar balls or sheen -- had entered the state's prized wetlands. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)