Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is airing another concern about gambling expansion that would add a new Chicago casino and four others in the state.
Quinn has repeatedly harped about insufficient regulation in the bill and on Tuesday he said he was worried it could shortchange education funding.
But Democratic Rep. Lou Lang of Skokie said Illinois would still get millions of new dollars if the expansion is approved, even with changes in the sliding scale for taxing casino revenues.
Quinn has talked down the expansion but the governor doesn't have the legislation yet to sign or veto. Lawmakers have held on to it since May to try to deal with Quinn's concerns.
Lang says Quinn has discussed items but not provided a specific list of changes to the bill.