Illinois Lottery Acting Director Greg Smith said players can again buy tickets either online or at retail locations.
Illinois' budget crisis is the longest in the nation since at least the Great Depression.
Swanson says the spending plan will push more residents out of the state.
In addition to raising income taxes, the budget also increases the tax credit for low-income families and brings back the research and development tax credit, along with ending loopholes that gave corporations tax breaks.
The Illinois House has postponed the vote to override the budget veto until Thursday.
"Finally, state legislators have pushed aside Rauner's obstructionism to pass a state budget".
The stakes were high ahead of Thursday's votes. He scheduled an afternoon discussion with community leaders in a Chicago neighborhood to discuss a possible 32 percent increase in the income tax rate, which he has pinned squarely on Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan. For a 32 percent permanent income tax increase they could have passed two years ago.
Fifteen GOP lawmakers in the House and one in the Senate broke from Rauner and supported it, helping Democrats send it to the governor's desk.
Lawmakers will now attempt to overturn governor Bruce Rauner's veto of the budget/tax hike bill.
The bond rating agency has said it will spend the next 30 to 90 days reviewing the budget plan's effects on the state's finances, in particular the state's severely underfunded employee pension funds, and its massive backlog of unpaid bills. Moody's said that while lawmakers have made progress, the House package does not address the state's massively underfunded pensions or do enough to pay down bills. But Fitch told Madigan to calm down because even with the override, nothing guarantees these rating companies will not drop IL to junk. That's slightly less than the 5 percent tax rate IL had from 2011 through 2014. IL entered its third fiscal year without a budget on July 1. The corporate tax rate would go from 5.25 percent to 7 percent.
The spending plan includes a new tax break of $250 for teachers who spend their own money to buy school supplies - and increases the Education Expense Tax Credit to $750 per family from $500 per family.
The governor's office says Rauner wasn't at the Capitol Thursday.
But wary Democrats know the adage in politics: When you're explaining, you're losing.
He said no one was injured. "I'm not convinced that those dollars are going to go to those priorities in this budget", said Brady. "Should we leave the state?" "I think the calculation is you're better off governing".