City of Chicago said it plans to issue more than $1 billion in revenue bonds this month "in order to finance runway and other enabling capital projects" at O'Hare International, a move that culminates a whirlwind couple of months that saw United Airlines and American Airlines--the airport's two largest tenants by far--file a lawsuit to stop expansion and US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood help broker a compromise to allow construction to move forward at the ...

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