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Moving Forward
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Kenosha News article voices strong support
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Beloit daily news article: "Say yes to the casino"
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Tribal Leader on State Negotiations: "Happy with progress"
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New Study Shows Kenosha Casino to Create 10,600+ Jobs
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USA Today Says Casino Brings Tribe New Hope
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Reservation Challenges Explain Push for Kenosha Casino
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Educational Resources  
The Menominee Tribe is committed to providing fact-based educational resources about the proposed Kenosha entertainment center and casino. We hope you’ll find the following links helpful:
 in the Badger State.
Additionally, the Kenosha casino will make more in state and local government payments than any other Wisconsin company or Tribe – essentially, it will be the State of Wisconsin’s largest taxpayer. Agreements in place with the City of Kenosha and Kenosha County will also benefit local schools, cultural institutions and nonprofits.
Good Jobs for Wisconsin  
BIA Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin Gaming Approval Fact Sheet
 (issued Aug. 23, 2013)
United States Department of the Interior  
BIA Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin Gaming Decision
 (issued Aug. 23, 2013)
United States Department of the Interior  
Menominee Tribe Compact with the State of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Department of Administration
Final Environmental Impact Statement and Related Documents
U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs  
Kenosha Intergovernmental Agreement  
 City of Kenosha, Kenosha County and the Menominee Tribe  
Kenosha County Casino Documentation  
 County Casino Documents

City of Kenosha Casino Documentation
County Casino Documents  
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