Kenosha casino

Politics & Government
10:05 am
Mon December 16, 2013

Experts: Walker's Caution Indicates Approaching Election Year

Gov. Scott Walker has been taking his time deciding whether to approve a Kenosha casino and whether to make it harder to strip schools of Indian mascots.

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Politics & Government
1:19 pm
Mon November 11, 2013

Walker Orders Talks on Potential Casino

Gov. Walker has directed his administration secretary to meet with tribal leaders about the possible development of a Hard Rock casino in Kenosha.

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Economy & Business
12:22 pm
Thu November 7, 2013

Awaiting Casino Decision, Menominee Tribe Faces High Poverty

The Menominee Tribe awaits Governor Walker's decision on whether to approve a casino to be located in Kenosha.
Credit Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin


Lake Effect's Mitch Teich talks with Dave Schuyler of the Business Journal of Milwaukee.

Governor Scott Walker is still weighing whether to approve a major casino project in the Kenosha area.

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Economy & Business
8:43 am
Tue November 5, 2013

Casino Supporters and Opponents Plan Capitol Rallies

A new casino proposed for Kenosha will attract people on both sides of the issue to Madison today.

Groups of people for and against a new casino at the former Dairyland Greyhound Park site will be in Madison today.

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Politics & Government
3:52 pm
Fri November 1, 2013

Governor Still Mulling Casino Decision

Gov. Scott Walker is expected to decide next week whether to build an off reservation casino in Kenosha.
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Gov. Scott Walker is questioning whether the opening of a new casino in Kenosha would meet his requirement that there be no new net gambling in Wisconsin.

The Menomonie Nation and Hard Rock officials want to develop an $800 million casino complex at the former Dairyland Greyhound Park.

The tribe argues there would be no increase in gaming because it plans to close a small casino on reservation land and the new one would be located at Dairyland, a former gambling facility.

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