CHICAGO - The Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority will sell $937 million of revenue bonds next month because the Illinois Supreme Court yesterday upheld the constitutionality of a special restaurant tax that is a key revenue source for backing the bonds.

The plaintiffs, restaurants and patrons within a special downtown Chicago and city airport taxing district, had charged that the 1% tax on restaurant meals violates the state and federal constitutions.

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