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Monday, April 13, 2015

Somerset Meeting Tuesday, April 14th

The reminder below was sent by a friend.

Please remember that Predatory Gambling effects those within a 50 mile radius.

We're all neighbors!

         Just a reminder to all my Fall River friends that what happens in Somerset will NOT stay in Somerset. As you all know if Somerset gets a casino Fall River and Swansea will suffer the fall-out repercussions. I don’t need to list them for you. But I write to remind you that the national director of Stop Predatory Gambling, Les Bernal, will speak tomorrow, Tuesday, April 14th at 7 p.m. in The Old Town Hall at 1480 County Street, Somerset (parking lot next door). The press & cable t.v. will be there, and we need to show a large united opposition. So please come join us.



Anonymous said...

If gambling effects those within a 50 mile radius. Most of us in Mass, are already being affected, and the areas that are not will soon be because of the New Hampshire casinos.

Middleboro Review said...

States become ADDICTED to Gambling Revenues because they fail to consider the escalating costs of crime, increased investigation costs, increased prosecution costs, increased court costs, increased prison costs and so on, caused bu Gambling Addiction.

Rhode Island is so dependent, they want a Slot Barn in Tiverton. Can you imagine? Little Tiverton?

Footnote: New Hampshire just defeated PREDATORY GAMBLING again!

PREDATORY GAMBLING is failed fiscal policy, regressive tax policy that picks the pockets of lower wage people/families.

Who do you think supports the Lottery?

It will be no different with the Slot Barns.