SAN FRANCISCO — Holders of more than $22 billion of bonds tied to California redevelopment agencies may be impaired if the RDAs are stamped out, according to a second lawsuit filed in a legal battle over this year’s legislation targeting the agencies.

A coalition of Southern Californian cities and redevelopment agencies has filed the lawsuit in Superior Court in Sacramento challenging two new laws that force the RDAs to either cough up money for the state budget or else close their doors.

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