CHICAGO — Illinois lawmakers return Tuesday for their annual veto session facing a crowded agenda topped by a revamped gambling expansion bill, budget changes, pension reforms and ongoing talks over whether the state should borrow to pay down its bills.  

Senate President John Cullerton, D-Chicago, is expected to seek a vote on a revised gambling bill that addresses concerns raised last week by Gov. Pat Quinn, who threatened to veto the legislation approved by lawmakers last spring.

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