Filling Voids After Gulf Oil Spill
It's millions of dollars that researchers say will help fill any voids left behind by the BP oil spill.
University of Florida researchers are using more than $6.5 million in grant money to study the environmental and psychological impact of the spill.
Some coastal residents say they can think of better ways to spend so much money.
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