After more than 10 years in court - it's a victory for Wisconsin.
In 1998 the Stockbridge-Munsee Community (tribe) in Shawano County began gaming operations on a country club it owned outside the boundaries of it's reservation.
The tribe argued that the 'gaming' was going on within their reservation as it existed in 1856. But the State was able to prove that this reservation ceased to exist in 1910, and that government proclamations in 1937 and1948, and a 1972 Act of Congress had reconfigured the reservation - which, go figure, did not include the tribe-owned golf course where they had set up a slew of slot machines.
And the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit agreed. But hey, they can still play golf there.