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Citizens Against Casino Gambling in Erie County

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

I oppose casino gambling for Buffalo because as a vision for the city and as public policy it is intellectually bankrupt and inherently corrupt. There is nothing creative, nothing imaginative about casino gambling; nothing that lifts our spirits as individuals or our hope as a community. We want, need and deserve better.

– Mark Goldman, restaurateur and local civic leader and activist


Betting on a casino in Buffalo to fix the economy is a sure loser. It is unfortunate that our state leaders denied the public the right to vote on casino gambling by doing an end run around the New York State Constitution, which prohibits gambling.

– Hon. Joseph Golombek, Jr., Buffalo Common Council Member, North District


Nationwide tribal casino operations and their governing systems have completely destroyed all aspects of democratic governance, with the result that the entire casino enterprise has corrupted nationwide American Indian self-government.

– Edna Gordon, Seneca Hen-Hawk Elder & author