By  on April 17, 2013

Chicago’s Regional Transportation Authority has called out Sears Holding Corp., Target Corp. and scores of other large companies in its sales tax dispute with the nearby towns of Kankakee and Channahon.

The transportation system, which is partially funded by sales tax dollars, said the two neighboring towns cut tax deals with the companies, agreeing to rebate a large percentage of the local share of statewide sales tax incurred.

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