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Tag Archives: Bureau of Indian Affairs

OP-ED: Proposed Beloit casino missing impartial analysis

While I look forward to and support the possibility of federal approval for the largest-scale Beloit casino possible, there are serious adverse socioeconomic impact problems with the Ho-Chunk Nation proposal and what appears to be a major conflict of interest in the socioeconomic impact analysis completed for BIA’s Final Environmental Impact Statement.

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View from around the state: Concerns about gasification project should be made public

An Oneida Seven Generations Corp. renewable energy project has faced resistance from a few of its neighbors, including some who oppose the proposed gasification plant based on misinformation. Among the misconceptions are that Schneider National disapproves of the $23 million ...

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Unions call on feds to investigate Kenosha casino rejection

By Sean Ryan Construction unions hungry for jobs a proposed Kenosha casino would create joined the call for a federal investigation into the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ denial of the project. The federal agency in January 2009 rejected the Menominee ...

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