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Drew Carey tells Cleveland City Council too much government is pushing city farther into a hole
Cleveland native pushing libertarian solutions
by WKSU's KEVIN NIEDERMIER


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Reason Foundation Vice President Nick Gillespie (front) and Drew Carey getting ready to address city council.
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Cleveland's woes can be lessened through libertarianism. So says actor, comedian, game show host and Cleveland native Drew Carey. He laid out his "less government" ideas to Cleveland City Council today. Carey was invited to address council after he produced a series of short web videos depicting Cleveland as a sinking city that could right itself with more libertarian policies.
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The council men from wards 8 and 11 should be down on their dam knee's that he even still cares about Cleveland. I lived on Clifton blvd. for 20 years and Cleveland has becomes such a shit hole I had to move!!! He is right reduce this lame ass local government they aren't doing shit for us except stealing. They can all kiss MY ass about as good as tit's on a bull!!!!!!!!!!


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