A Brown Pelican prepares to enter the water at the Egmont Key National Wildlife Refuge near St. Petersburg, Florida on May 23, 2010. The bird was rescued and cleaned by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service after being found oiled near Louisiana's coast.

A Brown Pelican prepares to enter the water at the Egmont Key National Wildlife Refuge near St. Petersburg, Florida on May 23, 2010. The bird was rescued and cleaned by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service after being found oiled near Louisiana's coast.

Cleaning up the BP oil disaster. The White House sent BP a $69 million bill for initial expenses. Total costs could reach into the billions. Who will pay for the nation’s worst oil spill?

Guests

  • Kevin Book managing director of research, ClearView Energy Partners.
  • Neil King, Jr. national reporter, The Wall Street Journal.
  • Darryl Willis vice president for resources for BP.
  • Tyson Slocum director of Public Citizen's energy program.

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