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The tribe hasn't announced a decision but a law professor believes a case could be made in federal and state court.


More than 400 supporters stood by at the State Capitol as Chairman Gary Besaw was turned away from the office of Gov. Scott Walker (R).


Local officials hope the Golden Moon Casino brings more people to Oklahoma's Panhandle.


The final environmental impact statement was published in April 2014.


The tribe submitted a land-into-trust application more than two years ago.


The tribe's Class III gaming compact authorizes four locations.


The tribe was restored to federal recognition by an act of Congress in 2000.


An offer to fund a new stadium was linked to the Ho-Chunk Nation's casino in Beloit.


Tribal members are braving frigid temperatures as the head toward the state capitol in Madison.


The walk begins tomorrow morning at tribal headquarters in Keshena.


The march will begin on Friday in Keshena, the tribal headquarters.


The land-into-trust application was submitted in September 2013.


Three tribes in Oregon appear to be gunning for the same market.


The Menominee are right to challenge the Walker administration’s interpretation of the compact, and they deserve support from local leaders.


The final deadline on the off-reservation casino in Kenosha is February 19.


The tribe's $600 million casino in North Carolina remains under consideration at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.


The Mohegans have reportedly invested $40 million in the long-delayed project.


Chairwoman Brenda Meade speaks in support of the proposed Class II facility in Medford.


The tribe was hopeful for approval of the $800 million casino in Kenosha after some legal and policy issues were resolved favorably.


The main issue in the case is the Supreme Court decision in Carcieri v. Salazar.


The Table Mountain Rancheria, the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians and the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians oppose the new development.


The tribe laid off 93 people at the Seven Feather Casino Resort.


Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn promised a decision in "early 2013" but that deadline has long passed.


The results will help determine whether to pursue new opportunities.


Vice Chair Crystal Chapman-Chevalier said the governor made the the 'wrong decision' on the casino.


A bipartisan group of lawmakers asked Gov. Scott Walker (R) to give the project a second chance.


The Ho-Chunk say they would invest upward of $200 million in the complex. It would create hundreds of construction jobs and between 1,000 and 2,000 permanent jobs.


The land-into-trust application was submitted nearly 15 months ago.


Gov. Scott Walker (R) seems to have caved to pressure from evangelicals in Iowa.


The tribe hopes its fourth Class III facility will be located in Beloit.


To understand how Illinois dodged a large fiscal musket bullet shaped like a roulette ball, you’d have to understand what Wisconsin Gov. Scott “Scooter” Walker wants more than anything else.


The Bureau of Indian Affairs has been moving slowly on the project.


The Menominees blamed a rival tribe and the governor's presidential aspirations for the negative decision.


An answer could come before Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) makes a decision on the off-reservation casino in Kenosha.


The tribe says it will share $1 billion with the state over 25 years.


A new Class III compact could be sent to the Bureau of Indian Affairs this week.


The casino could affect the presidential ambitions of Gov. Scott Walker (R).


The tribe plans to use a 2.4-acre site in Medford for a Class II gaming facility.


The Elem Colony and the Koi Nation had submitted separate bids to open a casino on Mare Island in Vallejo.


A scoping meeting will be held February 3 in Medford in preparation of an environmental impact statement.


The Chukchansi Tribe went to court to try and stop the rival casino from moving forward.


Gov. Scott Walker (R) has indicated he will wait until February 19 to announce a decision.


The tribe believes it must be compensated for losses from a rival casino.


Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn said the deal went against the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.


Our state’s gambling market is already saturated, according to university research.

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