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

  Complex trends underlie Walker casino dilemma: Our ViewGannett Central Wisconsin Media Editorial Board--August 27, 2014  Gov. Scott Walker's delay in deciding whether to permit the MenomineeIndian Tribe to create a massive, $800 million casino complex inKenosha is a political move. That's pretty...more

Mature market' blamed for revenue drop at PotawatomiBy Cary Spivak of the Journal SentinelAug. 15, 2014Gamingrevenue at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino fell by about 3% in the pastyear, a decline that gaming experts say is in line with the maturing of the once-booming casino business, figures obtained by...more
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Press Releases

Gov. Walker IDs Kenosha Casino Expansion Challenges  Budget & Investigative Challenges Preempt Call for Immediate Actions  (Oconomowoc, WI)—With Kenosha-area lawmakers pushing Gov. Walker for an immediate decision on the Menominee Tribe’s proposed off-reservation Kenosha Casino, the Walker...more

GAMING REVENUES DROP IN WI & ACROSS COUNTRY  Gaming Hotspots Struggle, Casting Doubt on Menominee Claims  (Oconomowoc, WI)-As the Menominee Tribe continues to press their case for a Kenosha Casino, greater market realities haunt the claims of an expansive untapped regional gaming opportunity...more

Who Are They: Meet the Seminole Tribe   Volume 3: $615K to Protect Florida Monopoly While Seeking WI Expansion  (Oconomowoc, WI)  With Governor Walker’s uncertain timeline for consideration of the Menominee Tribe’s proposed Kenosha Casino, Enough Already! WI has launched a public service. “Who Are...more

Who Are They: Meet the Seminole Tribe   Boxes-o-Money, Shipped to an Island Venture—Volume 2   (Oconomowoc, WI)  With Governor Walker’s uncertain timeline for consideration of the Menominee Tribe’s proposed Kenosha Casino, Enough Already! WI has launched a public service. “Who Are They: Meet the...more

Who Are They: Meet the Seminole Tribe?   A Newly-Launched Effort Will Help Inform—Volume 1   (Oconomowoc, WI)  Governor Walker’s uncertain timeline for consideration of the Menominee Tribe’s proposed Kenosha Casino has left Enough Already! WI a perfect opportunity to introduce the Florida Seminole...more

Walker Reaffirms Focus on Criteria  Enough: Criteria Won’t be Met Today, Tomorrow or Ever  (Oconomowoc, WI)  Today, Governor Walker reaffirmed the focus on his criteria set nearly two years ago via a statement, as he continues to examine the Menominee Tribe’s desired Kenosha off-reservation casino...more

ICYMI  Opponents of Proposed Unionized Kenosha Indian Casino to Gather at State Capitol TODAY  Activists Say Off--‐Reservation Indian Gaming Facility Will Kill Jobs And Is A Bad Bet for Wisconsin Taxpayers  WHEN:                      Today (November 4th) at 2:00 PM  WHERE:                    North...more

Menominee Rewrites Playbook on “How to Buy Community Support”    Tribe’s Countless Promises Help Drive Support   (Oconomowoc, WI)  Governor Walker’s criteria for consideration include a demonstration of “community support.”  The Menominee Tribe has worked overtime to buy community support, in an...more

Menominee Tribe’s Jobs Claims Don’t Work   The Tribe’s Great Promise of Jobs Comes at an Even Greater Price  (Oconomowoc, WI)  With Governor Walker continuing his deliberations regarding the Menominee Tribe’s desired off-reservation casino in Kenosha, a more reasonable analysis of the tribe’s grand...more

Gov.’s Off-Reservation Criteria Can’t Be Met  T-1 & Major “No Net Increase” Hurdle Remains  (Oconomowoc, WI)  With Governor Walker’s period for consideration expiring tomorrow (Tuesday, October 22), the Menominee Tribe continues to float grand plans while failing to acknowledge that their proposed...more
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