BRADENTON, Fla. — The Alabama Legislature Friday finished a special session during which it approved bills enacting a revised occupational tax in ­Jefferson County and requiring the financially strapped county to hire a manager.

Lawmakers said Alabama’s largest county suffered from mismanagement and corruption and some also pledged to require even tighter operational controls in future sessions.

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