BRADENTON, Fla. – Jefferson County, Ala.’s quest to exit bankruptcy played out on dual fronts Wednesday, with the potential of getting approval this week for its plan to exit Chapter 9 after two years.

County commissioners on Wednesday finalized pricing documents for $1.8 billion of sewer warrants sold this week. The county received $3.25 billion in orders for the debt, according to Citi Managing Director David Brownstein.

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