Oil may have stopped gushing into the Gulf of Mexico yesterday, but the longterm economic damage caused by the BP catastrophe is only beginning to be seen. Workers along the along the Gulf Coast are not the only ones taking a hit. Columnist for The New York Times, Dan Barry found that the oil gusher will have far reaching consequences. He says it will impact everyone from the fishermen who mine the oyster beds in Louisiana to the Minnesota businessmen who rely on crushed oyster shells to be used as poultry feed.

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