Kenosha casino project deadline is Tuesday
KENOSHA - Eleven tribes around the state have until Tuesday to agree on a new casino in Kenosha.
But two tribes still are not on the same page.
Menominee leaders invited the Potawatomi and the Ho-Chunk to meet face to face. The governor told the Menominee to figure out a way to make the two opposing tribes a "deal they couldn't refuse".
The Potawatomi released a statement saying: "This proposal has a history with corrupt individuals whose finger prints are still on the application today, and will end up sending hundreds of millions of dollars to the out-of state gambling interests invested in the project."
The Menominee have a meeting with Gov. Walker Wednesday to go over the plan and possible deal.