NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 25, 2010
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(Pensacola, Florida: Mark Potter) The plight of coastal businesses affected by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico examined; scenes shown from the Alabama shore; details given about what BP is saying now about claims & about some coastal businesses whose profits are way down. [Orange Beach, Alabama, Mayor Tony KENNON - calls BP morally bankrupt.] [Duck's Wine & Dine owner Rhonda DRUMMOND, Pensacola's seafood owner Frank PATTY- need BP's help.] The status of the claims process to be headed by Ken Feinberg noted.
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