CHICAGO — Illinois lawmakers return to work Monday to wrap up a lame-duck session that could see votes on a huge borrowing proposal, an income tax increase, and a casino expansion plan that would be the largest in the state's history.

Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn has floated the idea of borrowing as much as $15 billion to pay down late bills and cover other costs.

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