Renee Schoof

National Correspondent, McClatchy Newspaper

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National correspondent covering the environment for McClatchy newspapers

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In past disasters, including Hurricane Katrina, the federal government was in charge.  But this time, BP - the oil giant that owned the Deepwater Horizon oil rig - has been designated…

BP Not Releasing Facts About Oil Spill 

In past disasters, including Hurricane Katrina, the federal government was in charge.  But this time, BP - the oil giant that owned the Deepwater Horizon oil rig - has been designated…

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