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Gulf Oil Spill Claims Administrator Says Moratorium Not Covered By $20 Billion Fund


Business  (tags: BP, Deepwater Horizon rig, drilling moratorium, Gulf Oil Disaster, White House )

Kemsa
- 3245 days ago - blcnn.wordpress.com
WASHINGTON -- Kenneth Feinberg, who is administering the new claims process for victims of the Gulf oil disaster, made crystal clear today that individuals and businesses hurt by the drilling moratorium are not eligible for a piece of the $20 billion ...



   

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Nancy L (141)
Wednesday June 30, 2010, 2:06 pm
Of course it's not. I tried to tell people on another thread that this would be the case. The moratorium is going to destroy many Louisiana families and businesses....AND OBAMA DOES NOT CARE!!!!

Why should BP be responsible for Obama's stupid #$%@&%$ idea.
 

Nancy L (141)
Wednesday June 30, 2010, 2:07 pm
I pray that no one else has any type of catastrophy while he is in office.
 

Brenda Rogers (3)
Thursday July 1, 2010, 11:35 pm
Well let's just hope as the cost come in the needs will be met, either by BP or government. If the government covers these costs then BP should have to reimburse.
 

Tania N (883)
Friday July 2, 2010, 1:26 am
noted
 

Ritwick Saikia (9)
Friday July 2, 2010, 1:35 am
Always it comes to this. The individuals and smaller businesses pay for the mistakes of the goverment and the large greedy corporations. The government's going to move on to other matters after this leaving the locals to suffer. Raise a voice against this injustice America. If this is allowed to happen once then when other parts of the country are affected by another ecological disaster then the corporations will have a precedent for not paying the ones who are directly affected. We stand with you.
 

Nancy L (141)
Sunday July 4, 2010, 9:02 am
You can't simply blame corporations, who absolutely are at fault, but our elected officials HAVE to be held accountable for allowing this to happen. The necessary rules were in place but corruption allowed this accident to happen. Corporations are there to make a profit. It is their job to do it as economically as possible. That is not to say that it is always right, but it is a fact. Our elected officials are responsible to see to it that all regulations are being followed. So IMHO they are equally to blame.
 
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