5000 Signatures Needed for White House to Consider Internet Poker

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/22/2011
White House

The US Government has created a petition site that automatically will require the White House to consider any issue that spurs job creation and boosts the economy with a minimum of 5000 signatures

A petition pertaining to the legalization of Internet poker has now been created.  In a very short time, the petition has received just over 1100 signatures. 

As Gambling911.com has already pointed out, this petition drive will need to be pushed beyond the borders of the TwoPlusTwo.com posting forums.  We will assist in that regard.

We here at Gambling911.com encourage all of our media partners to promote this petition drive.  Sign Your Name Here (it takes just a few minutes to register with the White House website).  Only your first name and last initial appear on the signature page. 

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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