Oil, contractors top concerns in Grand Isle, La.
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Oil, contractors top concerns in Grand Isle, La.

BP crews will be gathering water and sand samples on Grand Isle in Louisiana as boom and other supplies have slowly started to trickle in. However the local mayor is worried BP will hire outside contractors to do the work. (May 7) (AP)

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