BRADENTON, Fla. - Jefferson County, Ala., appears poised to overhaul a complex proposal to restructure $3.2 billion of troubled sewer debt by eliminating its request for a constitutional amendment that would require statewide voter approval.

County Commission president Bettye Fine Collins said in an exclusive interview yesterday that she believed the county could get more support for the proposed plan without requesting a constitutional amendment.

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