The California Supreme Court upheld a law on Thursday that would allow the dissolution of the state’s redevelopment agencies, but struck down a bill that would have allowed the agencies to remain in business if they were willing to pay a percentage of their income into a fund to help pay the state’s education costs.

The two bills — AB 1X26 and AB 1X27 — were approved as part of the budget process earlier this year.

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