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Clarification: Casino Fight-Tribes story

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In this April 14, 2017 photo, Betty Putnam-Schiel, a Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohicans elder, talks in her home near Bowler, Wis. She fears that rival Ho-Chunk Nation's casino expansion plans could hurt business at her tribe's casino and force tribal leaders to stop sending youth to her home to do her chores. (AP Photo/Todd Richmond)

BOWLER, Wis. (AP) — In a story April 23 about a dispute over a proposal by the Ho-Chunk Nation to expand a northern Wisconsin casino, The Associated Press reported that in 2015, Gov. Scott Walker refused to give the Menominee Nation permission to build a second casino on trust land in Kenosha after rival tribes complained. Walker blocked the land from being placed in trust, which in turn blocked the casino project.