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Walker, Bucks dismiss arena-for-casino proposal

Published Feb. 10, 2015

Gov. Scott Walker's office and the Milwaukee Bucks reacted to Tuesday morning's proposal from the Menominee Indian Tribe and Hard Rock International that would funnel $220 million to a Downtown arena if Walker approved a Kenosha casino. Local politicians have weighed in as well.

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Menominee, Hard Rock offer $220 million for Bucks arena in exchange for casino

Published Feb. 10, 2015

Just across from the vacant, Milwaukee County-owned space on the corner of Old World 3rd Street and Juneau Avenue, the Menominee Tribe and Hard Rock International held press conference in the Aloft hotel to commit $220 million to a Downtown arena project that would house the Milwaukee Bucks. If...

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How do you feel about the Bucks arena plan?

Published Feb. 3, 2015

To the surprise of no one, I'm in favor of a new multi-purpose arena Downtown. And, I believe it will get done. While many details are yet to be revealed, we do know the major players, however, and some key points and figures. So, I want to hear from you.

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Gov. Walker: "Jock tax" will put $220 million into new arena

Published Jan. 27, 2015

Gov. Scott Walker announced a plan to funnel $220 million of tax money into a new multi-purpose arena in Downtown Milwaukee. He said the money will come from a "jock tax" on professional athletes who play in Wisconsin.

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Grand Opening for Journey House Packers Field at Mitchell Park

Published May 30, 2013

Journey House will host a grand opening celebration for the Journey House Packers Field on June 6 at the southeast end of Milwaukee County's Mitchell Park. Events will begin at 2:30 p.m. with a reception followed by the official Grand Opening Ceremony from 3-4 p.m. Family fun activities will take place on the field from 4-7 p.m.

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