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No more poker machines for Berwick

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Things just got serious! The Alliance for Gambling Reform have thrown their weight behind this campaign to stop more poker machines for Berwick.
The Alliance do amazing work in fighting for real change and raising awareness, and they're as determined as I am to make sure Berwick doesn't get any more poker machines.
Will you sign the Alliance's petition, sending a clear message that we don't need any more poker machines in Berwick?

The Alliance will make sure that every voice is heard, every objection counted.
I've signed; I hope you will too. Together we can do this!


Poker machines harm people; there is a proven link between poker machines and family violence, depression, divorce and crime.

Poker machines drained $2.6 billion from Victorian pockets last financial year. In Casey, there are more than 900 poker machines which take more than $125 million each year; that's the second-highest in the state.

Zagame's Berwick Springs Hotel is the biggest, most profitable pokies pub in Casey, and they're applying for 10 more machines. Last time they did this their profits went up $1.7 million. That's more people harmed; that's money that could be spent supporting a range of local businesses.

Tell Casey City Council to reject Zagame's application for more poker machines. Tell them Berwick has had enough.

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