BRADENTON, Fla. – It’s been a year since Jefferson County, Ala., stopped paying debt service on its outstanding general obligation warrants, and that didn’t change Monday when the April 1 payment came due.

The county, which filed for bankruptcy in November 2011 with $4.2 billion of outstanding debt, told investors Tuesday in a market notice on EMMA that it would continue to suspend GO payments “until such debt service can be restructured under the county’s plan of adjustment under Chapter 9.”

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