A Case Against Legalized Gambling
Reprinted from National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling
Gamblers Anonymous Official Home Page
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem.
National Gambling Impact Study Commission
The NGISC was established in 1996, when President Clinton signed Public Law 104-169. The Nine members of the commission were appointed by the President, the Speaker of the House, and the Senate Majority Leader. The NGISC officially began its 2-year stud on June 20, 1997. A research agenda based on 42 specific policy questions was unanimously adopted in October 1997, and major research tasks were contracted.
National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling
The dramatic growth of gambling is not the result of a popular movement. Rather, it is driven by the gambling industry with its high priced lobbyists and pie-in-the sky promises. In response volunteer citizens have formed state and local groups to oppose the spread of gambling.
Lottery - A One-Way Ticket to Nowhere
A Biblical perspective on lotteries and gambling