How We Work

Who We Are

  • A 501c3 non-profit based in Washington, DC, we are a national government reform network of individuals and organizations from across the U.S.
  • We believe in improving the lives of the American people, freeing us from the lower standard of living, exploitation, and fraud that commercialized gambling spreads.
  • We are one of the most diverse organizations in the United States, one in which progressives work side-by-side with conservatives to improve the common good.
  • You can read more about our history here.

What We Stand For

  • We believe everyone in America should have a fair opportunity to get ahead and improve their economic standing.
  • We believe every person has intrinsic value and no one is expendable.
  • We believe that a good society depends on the values of honesty, concern for others, mutual trust, self-discipline, sacrifice, and a work ethic that connects effort and reward.
  • We believe no agency or entity of government should depend on predatory gambling to fund its activities.
  • If you believe what we believe, sign An American Declaration on Government and Gambling today.

Where We Are Going: Our Goals and Strategy

We are building a national movement that can hold our leaders accountable to the realities of economics and the principles of justice.

  1. Keep wealth in the hands of working people.
    • Revoke the social license of government-sanctioned gambling operators
    • Counter industry/government narratives
  2. Help build a fairer and sustainable economy that benefits everyone.
    • Promote investment in industries that raise a region’s standard of living
    • Support communities confronting the impacts of predatory gambling & who are building solutions for an economy that improves people’s lives.
  3. Pressure governments and opinion leaders into containing predatory gambling.
    • Run local and national campaigns to awaken the conscience of America’s leaders
    • Reduce the amount of marketing done by commercialized gambling interests which are presently exempt from truth-in-advertising laws.
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