ALAMEDA, Calif. — California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Thursday vetoed a bill that would have expanded the authority of redevelopment agencies into job-creation activities.

It was one of dozens of vetoes the governor issued Thursday, the deadline for him to act on bills approved in this year’s regular legislative session. AB 2531 was a high-profile priority for the California Redevelopment Association, which lobbies for redevelopment ­agencies.

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