Connecticut delayed a $233 million note financing yesterday, as lawmakers appeared ready to end a long impasse over whether to impose an income tax.

Benson R. Cohn, assistant treasurer for debt management, said the state had decided that until a budget had been adopted, it would put off the note pricing.

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