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Saturday, October 22, 2011
Group Backing Detroiters' Push for Casino Gambling in Hawaii Establishes YouTube Channel
So-called "Citizens for a Better Way," a third-party advocacy group manufactured to support Detroit gambling interests and their agenda to legalize commercial gaming and develop a casino in Honolulu, HI, has established a YouTube channel with videos featuring long-time Hawaii-based advocates for the Detroiters (Marian Ilitch, Michael Malik, etc.).
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