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Backlash Builds After Buffalo Wild Wings Incident

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Backlash Builds After Buffalo Wild Wings Incident

Backlash Builds After Buffalo Wild Wings Incident

A group of youth basketball players with their parents and coaches were reportedly asked to move at Buffalo Wild Wings in Naperville because of their race.

CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.

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