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ST. FRANCIS, Wis. (AP) The president of the Milwaukee Bucks says the team is standing by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's proposal for the state to help fund a new arena after the Menominee Nation offered an alternative. The tribe's offer is tied to Walker reversing course and approving the Menominee's casino project in Kenosha.
Bucks president Peter Feigin said Tuesday at the team's suburban Milwaukee training facility that he had not spoken to tribal leaders, and that he was not focused on the Menominee proposal. Feigin says he is focused on working with state and local officials, and that the Bucks are following the governor's lead.
Walker's state budget proposal calls for issuing $220 million in state bonds to help pay for the new arena, a plan that drawn criticism from some fellow Republicans.
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