New York State Governor Mario M. Cuomo said yesterday he will not support any more bond issues until lawmakers pass measures to reform the state's borrowing practices.

The governor, speaking to about 200 public finance officials and market executives at the Bond Buyer Municipal Finance Conference, said his $800 million "Jobs for the New, New York Bond Act" will be his last bond act, unless the state Legislature supports a package of fiscal reforms.

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