SAN FRANCISCO — California lawmakers are considering two bills that would amend the fate of the state’s redevelopment agencies that are facing termination on Feb. 1.

One bill would extend the Feb. 1 deadline by more than two months, and the other would allow local governments that take over for the agencies to keep low- and moderate-income housing funds and redefine the agencies’ obligations.

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