UPDATE: Potawatomi sue over Kenosha casino reimbursement

Sen. Bob Wirch (D-Kenosha): “This is a real win-win situation for the entire state. The Kenosha area gets our casino and the thousands of jobs that come with it, Milwaukee gets a new arena and to keep the Bucks, and the taxpayers are off the hook for the $220 million in borrowing. I’m confident the Bureau of Indian Affairs would approve the agreement: now it’s up to Governor Walker and The Menominee Tribe wants to open an off-reservation casino in Kenosha to help pull its members out of poverty. A final decision on the project rests with Walker. A final decision on the project Hard Rock to Develop, Run Proposed Kenosha Casino Menominee Nation hopes casino near Wisconsin-Illinois border would draw gamblers from the Chicago area Published October 11, 2013 • Updated on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker may be reconsidering some of the criteria regarding the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin's proposed off-reservation casino in Kenosha, according to a report from KENOSHA (WITI/AP) -- Governor Scott Walker on Tuesday, August 26th issued a letter to state lawmakers who have been seeking an update on the proposed Kenosha casino. A little over two months ahead of a deadline for a decision on the proposed Kenosha casino, Governor Walker on Tuesday, December 2nd issued his own letter in which he discusses the decision-making Kenosha Casino . Governor Walker will soon make his decision on the future of the proposed $800 million casino complex in Kenosha. He has set out clear criteria to be met for an approval. However, when weighing all the factors, one stands out as the most significant to me: jobs. The prospect of thousands of new jobs is crucial to Kenosha and Racine counties. I have heard from friends

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