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New York City Lures Olympic Committee with Perks

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NPR's Mike Pesca reports on efforts by officials to bring the 2012 Summer Olympic Games to New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently offered the International Olympic Committee perks, such as free marketing and advertising, in hopes of being chosen as the host city for Olympics.

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