ALAMEDA, Calif. — A Superior Court judge in California Tuesday upheld the state government’s shift of $2.05 billion away from local redevelopment agencies to help balance the budget.

The California Redevelopment Association filed suit in October, after the state adopted a budget effectively transferring $2.05 billion to the state general fund from the local agencies over two years. It was the second consecutive year in which the budget had included an attempted fund shift from RDAs.

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