SAN FRANCISCO — Uncertainty over what happens next for redevelopment agencies in California has prompted Moody’s Investors Service to downgrade $11.6 billion of tax allocation bonds.

Moody’s said the move affects tax allocation bonds rated above Baa2, which will be lowered by one notch due to concerns about bond payments as the state’s redevelopment agencies are phased out.

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