Will Illinois law allow a proposed Chicago casino to make enough money? Mayor Lori Lightfoot isn’t sure

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As it stands, state law would send one-third of a Chicago casino’s adjusted gross receipts to the city. Currently, the city casino operator also would have to pay a $250,000 application fee upfront, a $15 million “reconciliation” fee when the license is issued and up to $120 million in gambling position fees — which cost $30,000 each.