Willow Run group's ad hints at Chinese connection for proposed Detroit-Windsor bridge
The ad, which can be seen on Youtube, is airing in Michigan cable markets, Dickerson and the Detroit News report.
Dennis Moore, founder of the Ypsilanti-area based Tea Party Caucus, told The News the ad was created for free by Bloomfield Hills producer Joel Ross but he didn't know who paid for the TV time.
Efforts to build a second bridge, which would be privately financed and publicly owned, between Detroit and Windsor, Canada, are opposed by Matty Maroun, who owns the Ambassador Bridge, the only current automobile crossing over the Detroit River. Many Republican legislators also oppose it.
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