ALAMEDA, Calif. — The battle over the future of redevelopment may be one of the most polarizing issues in what could be a landmark year in California’s long-running budget drama.

If Gov. Jerry Brown gets his way, every redevelopment agency in California — which collectively have more than $20 billion in outstanding debt — will be wound down, though outstanding debts would be honored.

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