PETA Offers to Help Jump-Start Bankrupt Motor City

Published by PETA.

On July 18, Detroit became the largest U.S. city ever to file for bankruptcy. Since PETA has many Motown members and friends, the organization has sent a letter to Mayor Dave Bing with the following revenue-raising ideas to help rev up the city’s recovery:

PETA’s pitch may amount to only a drop in the bucket, but if enough businesses chip in, those buckets could bail out the whole city, which would be a win-win for animals.

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