SAN FRANCISCO – Moody’s Investors Service withdrew ratings on $1.2 billion of debt issued by 22 former California redevelopment agencies, citing a lack of information.

Sixty-eight other issuers, which have said they will provide the needed information within 30 days, remain on review for possible downgrade or withdrawal, Moody’s said in a report Wednesday. Long Beach, Palm Desert and Inglewood are among the larger cities affected.

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