A state lawmaker who represents a district in northeastern Wisconsin says he was not behind a budget provision that allows the Oneida Tribe of Indians to bypass Hobart in a dispute over a liquor license. State Rep. Tom Nelson, a Kaukauna Democrat who is majority leader of the state Assembly, said he had nothing to do with a provision that allows the tribe to go to the state instead of the village for a liquor license its Thornberry Creek at Oneida golf course.
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