23, 2016 at 3:52 pm Updated at 11:08 PM Tax revenue and fees from video gaming are nearing $5 million in the city of Springfield since the start of legalized gambling in the fall of 2012, though the growth in terminal numbers dropped significantly this year. Springfields take from gambling taxes totaled $4.019 million through the end of August, according to new figures from the Illinois Gaming Board. The city budget office estimates another $700,000 has been collected from licensing and fees. Money has yet to be spent from a special gaming-revenue fund set up when gambling was legalized to

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