CHICAGO – The Illinois Sports Facilities Authority may refund bonds sold for the renovation of Chicago’s Soldier Field to ease the risk that Chicago will be called on to make up for potential shortfalls in hotel tax revenues used to repay the debt.

“We are going to take a look at refunding the bonds,” said James Reynolds, head of the authority board’s finance committee and chief executive officer of Chicago-based investment bank Loop Capital Markets LLC.

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