New York State Comptroller Edward V. Regan last week asked voters to reject an $800 million jobs-creating bond act unless Gov. Mario M. Cuomo and the state Legislature "pledge" to accept fiscal reforms proposed by the comptroller.

Mr. Regan, speaking last week at the Albany Rotary Club, said the state's financial condition has worsened so much in recent years that voters should resist the bond act until the governor and the Legislature agree to pass a series of fiscal reforms that he has advocated during the past two legislative sessions.

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