DALLAS -- The Missouri Supreme Court has refused to hear a legal challenge that has stalled a $270 million bond-financed expansion of the St. Louis convention center, including construction of a domed sports stadium.

Lawyers for the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority said the decision, which upholds the rulings of two lower courts, means the agency could sell its tax-exempt bonds the week of Aug. 5.

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