The Michigan Department of Attorney has issued a protest letter to the federal government for the proposed construction of casino in Lansing downtown. The letter said that the casino construction of the casino would violate both the state as well as the federal laws. The chief of the division of environment, natural resources, and agriculture said that all preventive steps would be initiated against the construction.
However, Mr. Virg Bernero, Lansing Mayor differed with the attorney general and stated that the casino would boost jobs in the construction, operation as the casino would boost the revenues also. A Lansing Promise Scholarship for graduates of the Lansing School District would also be supported with the proposed casino. Mr. Bernero added that they would strive hard for establishment of the casino as it would bring in millions of dollars through investments. The tribal chairman for the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, Mr. Eitrem also favored the casino’s establishment. He said that the attorney general’s letter is just a hurdle for the casino. The Lansing City Council is also in favor of the casino that is still awaiting approval from the Department of Interior. However, Gov. Rick Synder is against the casino, as he believed it to be illegal.
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