NOAA Closes 4,200 Square Miles of Gulf Waters to Royal Red Shrimping

Today, out of an abundance of caution, NOAA has closed 4,213 square miles of Gulf of Mexico federal waters off Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama to royal red shrimping. The precautionary measure was taken after a commercial shrimper, having hauled in his catch of the deep water shrimp, discovered tar balls in his net.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It was NOT an "abundance of caution", it was the tar balls! NOAA is still trying to protect itself after going along with Obama's "Magic Vanishing Oil" act of last July.

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