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July 10, 2010 11:04 AM

Mississippi marine official sees quick return for coast

The state's top marine official says once BP's oil stops flowing things will be cleaned up in three to six months, that Mississippi's fish are "big, fat and happy" and that shrimp would be safe to eat now — the ban on catching them is based on bureaucracy, not health hazards.

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