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In 2011, Governor Brown and the legislature dissolved more than 400 California Redevelopment Agencies.

Is "Revitalization" Redevelopment by Another Name?

In 2011, Governor Brown and the legislature dissolved more than 400 California Redevelopment Agencies.

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