DALLAS - Louisiana plans to use the state's share of royalties from oil and gas production in the deep Gulf of Mexico to support bonds that would finance coastal restoration and hurricane protection efforts.

The state soon will begin receiving additional revenues under a law passed by Congress in 2006 that increased the share of royalties for states from oil and gas production on federal leases in the Gulf of Mexico's Outer Continental Shelf.

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