CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker is outlining a $52.7 billion state spending plan with more money for the migrant crisis, education and quantum computing.

But the second-term Democrat has also proposed several new taxes, including more than doubling a sports betting tax.

Pritzker characterized the proposed budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1 as “focused and disciplined.” Pritzker’s budget office says it represents a roughly 2% increase in spending.

The proposed budget includes roughly $182 million, as part of a joint funding plan with Cook County, for migrants.

The proposed spending plan also includes $500 million for quantum computing technology.