BRADENTON, Fla. — The Alabama Public School and College Authority next week plans to sell $775.8 million of revenue bonds, much of which will refund outstanding debt associated with swap options that the issuer is challenging in federal court.

While the swaptions are being contested, officials and bond documents associated with the sale said the authority would make any payment required by the court to the counterparty, which is JPMorgan.

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