DALLAS — Louisiana’s coastal protection agency may seek a halt to a multi-billion-dollar lawsuit seeking damages from 97 oil companies for wetland losses.

The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority will meet at a small town in Terrebonne Parish Wednesday to decide whether to file for a dismissal of the suit or negotiate a solution with the levee district that filed it in July.

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