BRADENTON, Fla. - After Jefferson County commissioners on Tuesday approved a restructuring plan for its troubled $3.2 billion of sewer debt, Alabama Gov. Bob Riley said he would not call a special session of the Legislature unless the plan has solid backing from lawmakers first.

A majority of the County Commission this week asked the governor to call a special legislative session to act on components of the restructuring plan that require changes in state law and a statewide referendum to amend the state constitution.

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