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In a Thursday, July 8 photo, June Demolle, the wife of an oysterman in Pointe a la Hache, La., shows her kitchen pantry. It's stocked with canned goods from Second Harvest Food Bank and other charities that are helping fishermen and their families eat now that their main source of protein is cut off by the Gulf oil spill. ( AP Photo/Vicki Smith)
Photo by: Vicki Smith
In a Thursday, July 8 photo, June Demolle, the wife of an oysterman in Pointe a la Hache, La., shows her kitchen pantry. It's stocked with canned goods from Second Harvest Food Bank and other charities that are helping fishermen and their families eat now that their main source of protein is cut off by the Gulf oil spill. ( AP Photo/Vicki Smith)

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