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Gator Clause takes a break to cover effects of oil spill

NEW ORLEANS -- Surely you've wondered where Goody has been hiding. Well, I've been busy. Gator Clause is taking a break until next week and will return next Tuesday with coverage from the Southeastern Conference spring meetings in Destin.

The editorial board has been all over the last three weeks: Panama City; Odessa, Texas; and now southern Louisiana. We're covering the affects of the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico. Here are some links of our efforts, stories and videos. We'll be in Louisiana through the weekend.

SANDBAG BY SANDBAG, BARRIER IS BUILT

LOUISIANA NATIONAL GUARD WORKS TO EXTEND BARRIER ISLANDS (VIDEO)

U.S. FEELING PRESSURE TO DO MORE ON GULF OIL SPILL

PRESSURE MOUNTS FOR FEDERAL TAKEOVER OF OIL SPILL RESPONSE

JINDAL SOUNDING ALARM AS OIL BYPASSES BOOMS IN LOUISIANA

LOUISIANA GOVERNOR BOBBY JINDAL INSPECTS OIL-COVERED MARSHLANDS, PELICANS (VIDEO)

GULF OIL SPILL MAKES LANDFALL, BLACKENING LOUISIANA BEACHES

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