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Menominee Nation casino foes spend on Republican politicians

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Artist's rendering of the proposed Menominee Nation off-reservation casino. Image from Casino Kenosha

Two tribes that are opposing the Menominee Nation off-reservation casino donated $193,400 to Republican groups that have helped Gov. Scott Walker (R), who will make a final decision on the proposal.

The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe has donated $150,900 to the Republican Governors Association since July 2011, including $50,000 in February, Wisconsin Democracy reported. The Potawatomis, along with the Ho-Chunk Nation, also contributed a total of $42,500 to the Republican State Leadership Committee.

Walker has said all 11 tribes in the state must come to a consensus on the Menominee casino.

Get the Story:
Big Money Blog: Walker's Casino Approval Strategy Likely To Benefit Large GOP Donors (Wisconsin Democracy 9/3)
Grothman says no new casinos needed (Wisconsin Radio Network 9/3)

An Opinion:
Glenn Grothman : New casino would be a big mistake (The Fond du Lac Reporter 9/4)

Relevant Documents:
Fact Sheet | Section 20 Determination

Related Stories:
Opinion: Menominee Nation off-reservation casino brings jobs (9/3)

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