Governor Bobby Jindal says the state will seek approval for more than a half billion dollars in projects to restore coastal areas and fisheries that were affected by last years BP oil spill. The money would come from the one billion dollars BP agreed to spend as part of an agreement with the federal government and the states affected by the spill. Jindal says Louisiana is asking for half of the money that is to be divided between the five coastal states that were affected by the spill. He says the state should get a disproportionate share of the money given the impact the spill had on the coastal parishes. Jindal says Louisiana's fishermen and coastal areas don't have time to divided between the five coastal states that were affected by the spill. He says the state should get a disproportionate share of the money given the impact the spill had on the coastal parishes.