BRADENTON, Fla. — The federal judge in Jefferson County's bankruptcy case on Monday struck down two arguments by the receiver in charge of the Alabama county's sewer system supporting the contention that the receiver should remain in place.

The receiver, John Young, had argued that the court should abstain from exercising authority over him pursuant to the "Rooker-Feldman Doctrine" and the "Johnson Act."

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