CHICAGO - Legislaton for a $10.8 billion partially bond-financed airport in Chicago has been approved by the Illinois House but faces tough opposition in the Senate, where the minority leader is actively lobbying lawmakers to defeat the bill.

As of yesterday afternoon, the bill was stalled in the Senate while legislative leaders met with Gov. Jim Edgar to discuss the airport and the state's fiscal 1993 budget.

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