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Re: Native casinos
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Three years ago the argument was always "tribal management is wiping out the walleye in ML so we should get rid of it." Now the argument is "tribal management has restored the walleye in ML to the point where the limits should be raised but they refuse to do so so we should get rid of it."

Seems to me that you all should be thanking tribal management rather than criticizing it.

Posted on: 2/5 9:46:14
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Re: Native casinos
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Quote:

WMBTD wrote:
If I recall the Casino time option has to be renewed every so often, so make a deal.

Let's Negotiate as they can have their Casino Monopoly but to have this All Bands/Tribes including the Wisconsin Bands/Tribes must Agree to give up ALL Natural Resources Harvesting/Gathering Claims!

Including Voiding all treaties concerning Natural Resources and all people must play (Hunt & Fish) by the same State Laws!


Not in Minnesota.

The idiots that negotiated for the State signed everything in perpetuity.

No State taxes ever, and no renegotiation ever.

As previously stated, Minnesota is held up across the entire country as What Not To Do when negotiating with N.A. for casino authorizations.

Posted on: 2/5 10:19:42
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Re: Native casinos
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LOW1 wrote:
Three years ago the argument was always "tribal management is wiping out the walleye in ML so we should get rid of it." Now the argument is "tribal management has restored the walleye in ML to the point where the limits should be raised but they refuse to do so so we should get rid of it."

Seems to me that you all should be thanking tribal management rather than criticizing it.


No. That would be In Spite Of.

The only band that was at all comprehensive were the Mille Lac band members.

The Wisconsin bands were still here every spring, without fail, raping the spawning resource.

I give credit where credit is due.

Posted on: 2/5 10:22:13
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Re: Native casinos
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I call B.S. LOW,bander is spot on,thankyou! tribal mgmt restored ****! they only take.

Oh,and yes the state gave the natives sole gaming rights that was piggy backed on the supreme court vote in 1999 that allowed this fiasco to start with...

If the state opens a gaming casino the natives most likely would sue and also get 50% of all monies taken w/o lifting a finger or investing any money.

Posted on: 2/5 12:05:08
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Re: Native casinos
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So, the walleye population crashes and that's the bands' fault.

But treaty management lowers the harvest quota, the population recovers, and that's NOT because of the bands' actions?

And it seems to me that letting the Bands have the only casinos in Minnesota is a small price to pay for screwing them out of treaty rights for 150 years.

Posted on: 2/5 13:42:44
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Re: Native casinos
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Again this turns into a Walleye subject instead of the original posters thread. LOCKED.................Kirk

Posted on: 2/5 14:33:08
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