Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling Welcomes Members in Fight to Restore Ban

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Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling Welcomes Members in Fight to Restore Ban

Washington, D.C.The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling (CSIG) today welcomed thirty-nine organizations — which collectively represent an estimated one million activists — that 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.

The new members are as follows:

  1. American Principles Project
  2. Center for Civic Virtue
  3. Common Sense Virginia
  4. Concerned Women for America
  5. Corporate Whistleblower Center
  6. Denver Institute of Urban Studies
  7. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Virginia
  8. Faith and Freedom Coalition of California
  9. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Delaware
  10. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Florida
  11. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Michigan
  12. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Ohio
  13. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Oklahoma
  14. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Oregon
  15. Faith and Freedom Coalition of South Carolina
  16. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Texas
  17. Faith and Freedom Coalition of Wisconsin
  18. Friendship Baptist Church of Christ Jesus
  19. Frontiers of Freedom
  20. Indiana American Family Association
  21. Let Freedom Ring
  22. Liberty Counsel
  23. Lighthouse Missionary Baptist
  24. Louisiana Family Forum
  25. Loving Saints Christian Fellowship
  26. Massachusetts Family Institute
  27. Minnesota Family Council
  28. Missouri Family Policy Council
  29. Network of Politically Active Christians
  30. Pennsylvania Catholics Network
  31. Pennsylvania Pastors Network
  32. Rose of Sharon Tabernacle
  33. The City of Refuge Restoration Church
  34. The Greater Denver Ministerial Alliance
  35. The Latino Coalition
  36. Tradition Family Property
  37. Transforming Florida
  38. Universal Baptist Church

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 dwilson@mercuryllc.com.

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