CHICAGO — Illinois lawmakers return to work Tuesday for their annual fall veto session with a full plate that includes a proposed income-tax hike, a pension borrowing plan, and a gaming expansion bill — all to help address the state’s fiscal crisis.

Lawmakers also likely will be asked to give the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority authorization to sell more than $200 million of revenue bonds to help finance renovations at the Chicago Cubs’ 96-year-old Wrigley Field ballpark.

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