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The Money Watch (Democratic Convention: Gambling) Part IX #168396

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 28, 1996
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(Chicago: Peter Jennings) The series on the big money people who follow the politicians introduced.

(Chicago: Brian Ross) The role of big gambling money in gaining access to President Clinton's White House examined; scenes shown of big contributors to the Democratic Party being feted and of gambling lobbyist Patrick O'Connor on the prowl at the convention. [Center for Public Integrity Charles LEWIS - comments.] [Chippewa tribal chairman Arlyn ACKLEY, Senior - says President Clinton's administration stopped plans to expand their casinos.] The behind-the-scenes moves by O'Connor that stopped the Chippewa's gambling plans detailed. [O'CONNOR - threatens the reporter.]

Jennings, Peter;
Ross, Brian

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