- Members of the Menominee Tribe, southeastern Wisconsin union workers and a bipartisan group of state lawmakers are urging Gov. Scott Walker to reconsider his rejection of a new casino in Kenosha.
Walker rejected the tribe's proposal last week and reiterated on Wednesday that he would not change his mind.
But advocates for the project gathered at the Capitol Thursday to say Walker can still change his mind by the Feb. 19 deadline.
Walker says he can't reverse his decision even if he wanted to.
But Kenosha casino backers say the Bureau of Indian Affairs would be willing to let Walker change his mind. A spokeswoman for BIA did not immediately return a message asking if Walker could reverse course.
|Story By: Associated Press