Hope for more gambling in Illinois may not be lost. Governor Pat Quinn says he's open to working on a new plan that everyone can be happy with.
Quinn vetoed a gaming plan earlier this week that would've added five new casinos across the state plus slots at race tracks. He wanted to the bill to ban the casino industry from giving campaign contributions to lawmakers. Quinn also said the bill didn't have enough oversight for the proposed Chicago casino and not enough money dedicated toward education. Proponents of the bill say it would've created 20-thousand new jobs and generated more than a billion dollars in new state revenue.