Enough is enough!

More Off-Reservation Casinos?
When is Enough...Enough!

Wisconsin has 11 (eleven) tribes which feature 24 gaming facilities. Yet there are no shortage of tribes looking to locate even more off-reservation gaming facilities.With years of history, and seemingly daily change, select one of the four cities below to find out important need-to-know background information:
  • Kenosha
  • Sheboygan
  • Beloit
  • Shullsburg

In The News

Scott Walker rejects Menominee bid for Kenosha casinoBy Cary Spivak And Jason SteinUpdated: 12:02 p.m.Gov. Scott Walker on Friday killed the Menominee tribe's effort to open an off-reservation casino in Kenosha.  Ina news release, the governor's office said he was rejecting the bidbecause of fears...more

Menominee hail new agreement, state says Kenosha casino carries big risksBy Cary Spivak of the Journal SentinelJan. 20, 2015 6:12 p.m.Menomineetribal officials hailed a gaming agreement signed with the stateTuesday saying it provides Gov. Scott Walker with a "clear path" toapprove their proposed...more
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Press Releases

February 19, 2015 statement from Brian J. Nemoir, Executive Director of Enough Already! WI, a coalition opposed to the expansion of off-reservation gaming, regarding Governor Walker’s rejection of the Kenosha Casino and today’s expiration of the Bureau of Indian Affairs timeline extension.   “With...more

February 10, 2015 statement from Brian J. Nemoir, Executive Director of Enough Already! WI, a coalition opposed to the expansion of off-reservation gaming, regarding the Menominee Tribe’s latest offer and desperate attempt to reverse Gov. Walker’s non-concurrence decision regarding the Kenosha...more

56% Agree—Gov. Walker Gets Kenosha Casino Rejection Right  Statewide Poll Demonstrates Widespread & Strong Support for Casino Rejection  (Oconomowoc, WI)—A little over a week ago, Gov. Walker rejected the bid for an off-reservation Kenosha Casino, with the chorus of second-guessers quick to claim...more

January 23, 2015 statement form Brian J. Nemoir, Executive Director of Enough Already! WI, a coalition opposed to the expansion of off-reservation gaming, regarding Governor Walker’s rejection of the Kenosha Casino   “Today Gov. Walker made the right decision after an exhaustive review in determini...more

January 20, 2015 statement form Brian J. Nemoir, Executive Director of Enough Already! WI, a coalition opposed to the expansion of off-reservation gaming, regarding the Menominee Tribe’s compact amendment with the state regarding the proposed Kenosha Casino and the continued inherent risk the...more

Statement form Brian J. Nemoir, Executive Director of Enough Already! WI, a coalition opposed to the expansion of off-reservation gaming, regarding the Menominee Tribe’s expected compact amendment with the state regarding the proposed Kenosha Casino:  The Menominee Tribe’s compact expected...more

BIA Rejection Casts Greater Uncertainty on Kenosha Casino  Taxpayers Look Ahead to Costly Legal Battle Coupled with Potential Pricey Payout  (Oconomowoc, WI) The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) rejection of the Gov. Walker-advanced gaming compact amendment, which would have clarified the state’s...more

A December 17, 2014 Statement from Brian J. Nemoir, Executive Director of Enough Already! WI, a coalition opposed to the expansion of off-reservation gaming, regarding yesterday’s admission by the Menominee Tribe that they’ll allow coercive tactics often used via card check to unionize their...more

Menominee Breaks Bad on Make-Good Promise  Menominee Back Off Promise to Compensate Other Tribes for Loses   (Oconomowoc, WI) The Menominee Tribe’s oft-trumpeted promise to compensate other tribes for losses in an effort to garner approval of the much-desired Kenosha casino project, is already...more

ICYMI  UWM Poll: Split on Kenosha Casino  12% Growth in Opposition Since December 2013  This morning, the latest Wisconsin Economic Scorecard poll was released. Not surprisingly, the mid-term elections last month had some effect on the numbers.The poll, from WUWM and the UWM Center for Urban...more
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