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Hood to hold BP oil spill meetings on Coast

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST — Attorney General Jim Hood says he will hold a series of town hall meetings to discuss the BP oil spill claims process with Mississippi residents.

Hood made the announcement yesterday while visiting the Gulf Coast to talk to high school students about cyber bullying, according to The Sun-Herald.

Meetings currently are scheduled for March 29 in Bay St. Louis and Gulfport and March 30 in Biloxi and Jackson County.

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