Fitch Ratings downgraded $93 million of bonds issued on behalf of Aspire Public Schools to junk because of a lawsuit that could end the charters for half of its schools.

The rating agency cut the charter school organization’s facility revenue bonds issued by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority to BB-plus from BBB. It also placed the bonds on watch for another possible downgrade.

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