Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal participated with other Gulf Coast Parish Presidents in a ceremony and moment of silence Wednesday on Grand Isle to commemorate those who lost their lives in the Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig Explosion 1 year ago.
Listen HERE to Governor Jindal's comments on the lost workers and to the moment of silence:
Even though the Gulf Coast is beginning to rebound from the devastating oil spill, Governor Jindal would like to see more action from BP when it comes to cleanup and claims processing:
Listen HERE to Governor Jindal on BP:
The safety of Gulf seafood is still one of the main concerns.
Listen HERE to Governor Jindal talk about how fish caught in Gulf Coast waters is good to eat:
At one of the food testing facilities on the campus of Louisiana State University, Chef Danny Trace met with Food Scientist Lucina Lampila.
Listen HERE to find out how to tell by smell if a seafood product has been affected by oil:
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso spoke with Shrimper Dean Blanchard of Blanchard Seafood who remains concerned about the pace of the Gulf Coast's Recovery. He has lost 90% of his business since the spill:
Editor's Note: BP is suing rig owner Transocean for at least $40 billion dollars in damages. BP is also suing the maker of the blowout preventer that failed to stop the oil spill. The separate court filings were made in Federal court in New Orleans Wednesday.