Senators Unveil Plans to Help Spill Victims

Libby Casey, APRN – Washington DC

As President Obama lays out the ongoing federal response to the B-P oil spill blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, Alaska’s senators are unveiling their own plans to help victims.

Senator Lisa Murkowski wants to see an office established to deal with claims quickly and says attorneys should be capped at 5 percent of what victims are paid. 

Senator Mark Begich supports the President’s push to see an escrow account set-up.  Begich says he wants to make sure it’s not just voluntary, but has some teeth. 

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