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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.


The tribe is already on the hook for $100 million and some members are worried about the growing debt.


The tribe paid $1.1 million for eight parcels totaling 17 acres.


The decision will help Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) determine whether to approve an off-reservation casino for the Menominee Nation.


Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) faces a February 19 deadline to make a decision.


The tribe is seeking to build a Class II facility on its reservation but the state opposes the plan.


California newspaper doesn't think the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians should be able to open an off-reservation casino due to voter opposition.


The Supreme Court's decision in Carcieri v. Salazar has thrown a wrench into the process.


All tribes — and potential tribes — can avoid wasteful litigation by working together whenever possible.


The tribe and its leaders are protected from the state's lawsuit due to sovereign immunity.


Republican control of the Senate could improve the chances for a new version of the bill.


Columnist calls on the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to hold off on a third commercial license in the state.


Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) has until February 19, 2015, to make a decision.


The Grande Ronde Tribes fear competition will hurt their existing casino.


The tribe and its partner want to turn a defunct racetrack into a casino.


Opponents -- including the Gila River Indian Community -- have failed to stop the project in the courts and in Congress.


The tribe's land-into-trust application for the 16-acre gaming site remains under consideration.


Tribal members rejected plans to buy a hotel and build a $31 million casino at the site.


The rally takes place on Wednesday at the site of the proposed $800 million casino.


The tribe has been pushing for the casino for over a decade.


Plans call for a $22 million casino at an existing ski resort.


The tribe is still waiting for the Bureau of Indian Affairs to make a decision on its land-into-trust application.


Wisconsin Family Action says Gov. Scott Walker (R) is going back on promises not to expand gaming in the state.


The state plans to pursue individual tribal officials due to the sovereign immunity of the tribe itself.


Newspaper urges Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) to make a decision.


What's taking Gov. Scott Walker (R) so long to make a decision?


An initial structure will open 12 months from now with a permanent building to follow in early 2016.


An answer is due in January 2015, a month before Gov. Scott Walker (R) plans to announce a decision on the Menominee Nation off-reservation casino.


The state will compensate the tribe for any losses that occur as a result of a new off-reservation casino.


A lawsuit that questioned the tribe's federal status appears to be dead but another one that challenges the tribe's land status remains on the docket.

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