SAN FRANCISCO — The majority of California redevelopment agencies will likely survive new laws aimed at shrinking or eliminating them, but some worry about outstanding bonds issued by the agencies and what market access they will have in the future.

Facing new laws that force them to either pony up an estimated $2.1 billion over the next two years to schools and special districts or be axed, roughly 80% of redevelopment agencies will make every effort to come up with the cash, according to a recent survey by the California Redevelopment Association.

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