Kenosha casino debate swung from jobs to state budget

Kenosha casino debate swung from jobs to state budget impact. By David Schuyler – Digital Producer, Milwaukee Business Journal . Jan 23, 2015, 12:53pm CST Updated Two sides of Kenosha casino debate make push in Madison MADISON (WITI) -- Members of the Menominee Tribe are in Madison on Tuesday, November 5th to urge Gov. Scott Walker to approve a proposed As Gov. Scott Walker wrestles with the Menominee tribe’s proposed casino in Kenosha, the debate continues over whether such a plan would be good for southeastern Wisconsin. The tribe wants to build an $808-million casino development at the site of the former Dairyland Greyhound Dog Track. According to the project’s website, the complex would feature 3,100 slot machines and 75 gaming tables WFC President Julaine Appling says family impact needs to be considered in Wisconsin casino debate It may be the most controversial issue in the Kenosha casino debate -- the Menominee's struggle for support from all of Wisconsin's other tribes.Kenosha area lawmakers and construction trade Just when people thought the Kenosha casino debate was done, some area lawmakers are calling for a do-over.A letter from 10 state lawmakers -- Democrats and Republicans -- urges Gov. Scott Walker The debate over the Kenosha casino has largely been about jobs, jobs, jobs. Left out of the conversation, perhaps sadly so, has been the fate of the people whose future relies heavily on the

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