DALLAS - Bryan, Tex., one of four cities that make up the Texas Municipal Power Agency, has filed a flurry of legal challenges to a $1.7 billion refinancing plan, claiming that the TMPA cannot obligate the city to more debt without its approval.

The TMPA's debt for its coal-fired plant near Bryan would be extended from a current maturity date of 2018 to a new maturity in 2030, under a resolution approved by the agency in a 4-to-2 vote on Sept. 11.

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