Kevin Brannon

Kevin Brannon, left, and his son, Andrew, head out at sunrise to move oyster beds in Mobile Bay, temporary work funded by the state of Alabama that pays $8 a stack. Attempts for substantial restitution from BP have not worked out, he said.

( Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times )

Kevin Brannon, left, and his son, Andrew, head out at sunrise to move oyster beds in Mobile Bay, temporary work funded by the state of Alabama that pays $8 a stack. Attempts for substantial restitution from BP have not worked out, he said.

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