Bears Ticket Holders in a Fight against the City of Chicago

The National Football Post reports about the class action suit going between Bears PSL owners and the city of Chicago:

All current and former holders of personal seat licenses to Bears games at Soldier Field are part of a class-action lawsuit against the city of Chicago that is seeking more than $10 million. According to the Chicago Tribune, a ruling by Cook County (Ill.) Judge Alexander White on July 16 paved the way for class-action status. The lawsuit centers on whether or not the city can impose an amusement tax on the personal seat licenses as it does on the actual game tickets. Fans have shelled out money for the personal seat licenses but they aren’t tickets, rather a right to purchase tickets.

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