The proposed Illinois gaming bill has been sent to Governor Pat Quin and waiting
to see if it will be signed. However, it is uncertain if he will do so. A
similar gaming bill was given to the governor in the past. The bill was vetoed
due to ethical reasons.
If approved, the current gaming bill will allow for the state to build five new
casinos. Additionally horse race tracks will be allowed to operate slot
Once a bill is approved by legislation, the bill is sent to the governor for
final approval. A time limit is set of 60 days for his signature.
The governor has until Tuesday to make that decision.
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