Support Online Poker and the PPA

This is a from a PPA email. Read on:
The U.S. House of Representatives’ Subcommittee for Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade will hold a hearing on Internet gaming on Tuesday, October 25, 2011. It is important that this powerful subcommittee hears from active PPA members like yourself before the hearing.

The subcommittee will bring forward a variety of witnesses, including PPA Chairman former Senator Alfonse D’Amato, to discuss regulation of Internet gaming and specifically Internet poker. Please help by sending pro-poker Facebook and Twitter messages to members of the committee.

Below are Facebook and Twitter links for each member of the committee and the suggested message to send:
    • Suggested Facebook Message (either cut-and-paste the following or, better yet, write your own (If the page does not allow you to post directly, simply find an appropriate post to which to post your pro-poker comment):
      • “As a constituent and voter, if you’re serious about creating good-paying jobs in the US and protecting consumers and families, please support HR 2366, the Online Poker Act. This bipartisan bill will come before your Subcommittee for Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade on October 25, 2011. It deserves your support. Thank you.”
  • Suggested Twitter Message:
    • “Please support HR 2366 to license Internet #poker, create jobs & revenue and protect consumers.”

(in last name alphabetical order)

Please do not delay in sending these very important messages today! Lawmakers are hearing from our opposition, so it is imperative that you express your point of view.
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