CHICAGO - Plans for a $2 billion casino and entertainment complex in Chicago appear to be off the agenda for the spring session of the Illinois legislature, which ends Tuesday, according to state officials.

Steve Brown, a spokesman for House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, said yesterday the speaker expects that lack of support from Gov. Jim Edgar will probably keep casino gambling from coming up this session.

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