The New York City comptroller's office yesterday criticized the state Legislature for failing to approve a bill renewing the city's ability to conduct negotiated sales of debt.

City Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman said in a press release that the Legislature's failure to renew this authority "places the city's capital program at risk." She added that it is "time for the Legislature to give the city permanent authority for negotiated sales."

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