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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Followup to today's news about SPG

Below is an email from an organization that has done more to educate government officials and the public about the Predatory Nature of GAMBLING and its negative impact on lives, families, communities. 

Please feel free to access the information available and support their great work. 

The national newspaper Deseret News just announced our National Director Les Bernal as "one of its heroes who made a difference in America this year."

As Chairman of SPG's National Board (the most politically diverse organization in the US,) I'm proud of Les but not only because of this recognition. I'm proud of him like I am of everyone of you who participates in our mission, leading us closer to the time when our collective effort will be seen as one of the most important movements of the 21st century.

You, Les and I are champions of the best kind of cause: a cause not yet won.

I just made a sacrificial, tax-deductible, year-end financial gift to sustain the work of Les and our national network of citizen leaders. I'm asking you to do the same right now by giving a sacrificial year-end gift here at this link.
When you make a gift to SPG, you enjoy the following benefits:
  • You support our work to help your city or town build a more humane and just society
  • You get to participate in a dynamic network of more than 1 million citizens from across America who are concerned about predatory gambling
  • You help ordinary Americans by sustaining our efforts to stop defrauding and exploiting them through government-sponsored gambling
  • You receive a SPG newsletter to keep you updated on the movement
  • You get a tax deduction because you support SPG’s charitable mission
How we use your gift:
Like many of you, I've volunteered to fight predatory gambling in my state and my country for many years. 2016 will be our most impactful year yet.

Happy New Year,
Dr. Guy Clark
Chairman of the Board

End government-sponsored gambling because it is dishonest, financially damaging to citizens and contributes to rising inequality of opportunity.

Stop Predatory Gambling Foundation ι 100 Maryland Avenue NE, Room 310 ι Washington, D.C. 20002 ι (202) 567-6996


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