Hooked Up

  Zurik: ‘Snapper barons’ raking in riches from public resource

The federal government allows a group of select people to sit at home, essentially do nothing and earn hundreds of thousands of dollars off a government resource. A Louisiana congressman says it's time to end this welfare system in the Gulf. Here's part one of our new investigative series, "Hooked Up".

  Zurik: Sea lords and the secret votes that made them rich

Zurik: ‘Sea Lords’ hook a congressional reformer

HOOKED UP: Gulf Council member talks about IFQ’s

HOOKED UP: Red snapper allotment a retirement plan for many shareholders

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