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To inform and empower the public to prevent a casino in Erie County.

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Our Next Meeting


T
uesday, August 3, 2010
7:00 pm
Unity Church
1243 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, NY
(lower level—enter from rear of building)

Leaders Go on Record Against Casino Blight

A casino in downtown Buffalo will be a cancer on our community that will cripple the great progress we are making on revitalizing our great city. Casinos have been shown to create more economic problems than they solve, providing false hopes and preying on those who can least afford it. A casino is the last thing that our community needs.

– Hon. Sam Hoyt, Member, NY State Assembly, 144th District


We in the Buffalo community have a rich heritage with members of the American Indian community that we prize. Those promoting the Buffalo casino are deviously seeking to evade the Constitutional prohibition against public gambling by unconsciously using that heritage to foist a very negative gambling operation in our community.

– Hon. Norman E. Joslin, Justice, New York State Supreme Court, retired, & past President, Buffalo Area Council of Churches


A handful of construction jobs cannot possibly be worth the absolutely certain social and economic disaster of a downtown Native American Casino. The wonderful but fragile City of Buffalo deserves so much better. Wake up leaders!

– D. Bruce Johnstone, former Chancellor, State University of New York