Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s full-court press to pass a bill designed to make a Chicago casino financially feasible failed to get any sort of vote Thursday, complicating the city’s financial future.  

Lightfoot said in a statement that she was “disappointed” that the bill never came together, and vowed to try again in January — warning lawmakers that the state’s capital bill relies on revenue from a Chicago casino.

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