An essential part of the mission of the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund is to give important amicus briefs to the Supreme Court when they decide important cases. Below you will find a link to one such briefs.
“Founded in 1981 by Phyllis Schlafly, Amicus Curiae Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund (“Eagle Forum ELDF”) has long opposed gambling. Phyllis Schlafly supported a ban on lotteries and commercialized gambling. She supported enforcing a ban in all areas subject to federal jurisdiction, such as interstate commerce – which includes the internet and the banking system. She wrote multiple columns against gambling while exposing the real harm that it causes.”