An Indian tribe from the Upper Peninsula can finally move ahead with plans to build a $245 million casino in downtown Lansing.
A federal judge suddenly has put the brakes on plans for an American Indian casino in Lansing.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is attempting to block plans for a $245 million American Indian casino in downtown Lansing.
Members of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians have approved a proposal to seek federal permission to open a $245 million casino in downtown Lansing, the tribe announced Thursday.
The Lansing City Council has voted to move forward with a proposed $245 million tribal casino in Michigan’s capital city.