Gov. Scott Walker may decide this week whether to approve the Menominee Nations’ plan to build an $800 million casino complex in Kenosha.
Gov. Scott Walker will not make an announcement today regarding a plan to build a new casino on the site of the former Dairyland Greyhound Park.
The Menominee tribe says it will meet Gov. Walker's criteria for building a new casino, including consensus among 11 tribes, even though two remain opposed.
The Menominee tribe has until Tuesday to win unanimous support for a new casino in Kenosha.
According to a statement from Wisconsin's Menominee Tribe, the Oneida Nation has granted its consent to the creation of a casino in Kenosha.
The public got a glimpse Thursday at the casino the Menominee Nation wants to build in Kenosha.
If you watch television, you probably know a casino battle is underway in southeastern Wisconsin. Each side is running ads.
Milwaukee leaders say the city could lose thousands of jobs, if the Menominee tribe is allowed to build a new casino.
Republican Mike Ellis says the governor is contradicting the principle of free enterprise, by putting certain restrictions on a potential casino.
Leaders of the Menominee tribe held a news conference at the state Capitol on Tuesday.