Activists seeking closure of Whiteclay liquor stores ask President Obama for help


LINCOLN — Activists seeking closure of the liquor stores in the notorious border town of Whiteclay, Nebraska, disclosed Tuesday that they’ve asked President Barack Obama to intervene.

Frank LaMere, a Winnebago tribal member who was among the first to complain about the beer sales at Whiteclay, said that a letter he wrote was handed to an aide of the president at his recent appearance in Omaha.


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