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Tony Hayward (left), chief executive officer of BP PLC, arrives at the White House in Washington on Wednesday, June 16, 2010. As devastation from the worst U.S. oil spill mounts, President Obama vowed that BP will pay for all damage caused by its recklessness and that the government would commit to restoring the Gulf Coast. (Bloomberg News/Andrew Harrer)
Photo by: Andrew Harrer
Tony Hayward (left), chief executive officer of BP PLC, arrives at the White House in Washington on Wednesday, June 16, 2010. As devastation from the worst U.S. oil spill mounts, President Obama vowed that BP will pay for all damage caused by its recklessness and that the government would commit to restoring the Gulf Coast. (Bloomberg News/Andrew Harrer)

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