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Your Heroic Neighbors On Trial
Casino-Free Philadelphia's mission is to stop casinos from coming to Philadelphia and close any that open. The social and economic costs of predatory gambling are plainly apparent from an industry reliant on addiction to survive. Learn more about predatory gambling.
Last September, 14 Philly residents lined the entrance to the SugarHouse construction site on the Delaware River and refused to move. Today, Tuesday, Feb. 16, these individuals are standing before a judge and defending their First Amendment rights.
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Developer Bart Blatstein will be at community mtg Thurs about proposed North Broad casino http://t.co/Fn7QRMSe Join us #Philly!1 year 25 weeks ago
Join @CasinoFreePhila tomorrow night for a happy hour & tonight for a reading from Daniel Hunter's upcoming book! Info: http://t.co/rFnPJrEX1 year 30 weeks ago
Join Casino-Free Philly & Paul Boni in supporting @SPGambling, a nat'l nonprofit fighting predatory gambling! More: http://t.co/OFJSwLTD1 year 31 weeks ago
Join us next Friday, May 11, for a Casino-Free happy hour at @philly_a_space! More info: http://t.co/k8jQGkuT Facebook: http://t.co/wf7GOTm31 year 31 weeks ago
Hey casino-free activists. We want to say, THANKS! (And come by the A-Space in West Philly Sat eve.) http://t.co/ZLrgKyyL1 year 33 weeks ago
Also see article from @iphillychitchat: http://t.co/kPwKEgOQ RT @j_linq Blatstein proposes casino on north broad1 year 34 weeks ago
October 24, 2012
As Bart Blatstein throws his “lavish launch party,” others, especially those who have to live next to the proposed casino, have been talking about how to stop it. So, on November 12th, Casino-Free Philadelphia will host a meeting, along with the national organization Stop Predatory Gambling, to discuss casino development in Philadelphia.