Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling to Announce Members on Press Conference Call
Washington, D.C.— The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling (CSIG) on Wednesday will announce that thirty-nine organizations — which collectively represent an estimated one million activists — are joining the fight to restore the long-standing ban on Internet gambling. The news comes as debates over Internet gambling loom in Congress and in state legislatures throughout the country.
They represent a broad-based coalition that has come together to confront the many and varied threats posed by legalized Internet gambling. Their planned activities include educating policymakers and spreading the word through social media.
WHO: Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb, National Co-Chair, CSIG
Former New York Gov. George Pataki, National Co-Chair, CSIG
Former Sen. Blanche Lincoln, National Co-Chair, CSIG
Hon. Ken Blackwell, Chairman Emeritus, Ohio Faith and Freedom Coalition
Alfonso Aguilar, Exec. Director, Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, American Principles Project
WHAT: Press conference call announcing CSIG members
WHEN: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern
Please RSVP to Dan Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling’s mission is to restore the long-standing federal ban on Internet gambling. It will engage the public and policymakers on the threat posed by Internet gambling.
For more information or to arrange interviews with any of the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling National Co-Chairs, please contact Dan Wilson at email@example.com.