BRADENTON, Fla. - Two FloridaSupreme Court justices yesterday indicated concern about overturning the state's nearly 30-year-old case law that allows community redevelopment agencies to issue tax increment financing bonds.

The concerns were raised during oral arguments involving two CRAs in Bay County, as well as a third pending case called Strand v. Escambia County. All three cases involve government entities that want to issue TIF bonds, but each has encountered legal challenges.

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