CHICAGO - The fate of a $300 million bond-financed plan to expand Detroit's convention center - one of the city's chief economic assets - appears headed for court.

A week after the City Council rejected legislation crafted by Michigan lawmakers to expand and renovate Cobo Hall, Mayor Ken Cockrel Jr. this week vetoed the council's move. In response, council President Monica Conyers said she would challenge his veto in court.

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