BRADENTON, Fla. — While former Jefferson County, Ala., Commission president Larry Langford must report to federal prison tomorrow to begin serving his 15-year sentence on pay-to-play charges, things could get worse for the 63-year-old dethroned Birmingham mayor.

The Securities and Exchange Commission has notified the federal court that it intends to pursue its case against Langford and others convicted of bribery schemes in and around the time in 2002 and 2003 that Jefferson County refinanced nearly $3.2 billion of fixed-rate sewer warrants into failed variable- and auction-rate debt and related swaps.

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