Governor Scott Walker’s office has released details of an agreement with the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe which would resolve an issue dating back 15 years. The U-S Bureau of Indian Affairs will have to give its approval to the deal announced Tuesday. That agreement limits the state’s liability to a 250-million dollar payment which would be awarded to the tribe if a new casino is approved near its current Milwaukee operation. Three years ago the Menominee Nation was rejected when it applied to build a casino in Kenosha, just 30 miles away. The original deal would have required a 500-million dollar payoff if a casino like that one was built.