Illinois would add $116 million to its bottom line every year under a revamped version of the comprehensive gaming bill lawmakers have tossed around for years, though most of that tax money would come from video gaming terminals, according to new estimates from the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability.

A gaming table. [Ralf Steinberger/Flickr]

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