Moody's Investors Service is reviewing its rating on Nassau County, N.Y., debt amid a budget impasse that may bring about a downgrade before week's end.

Michael L. Johnston, the agency's vice president of mid-atlantic ratings, said the credit review comes in response to a $100 million general obligation bond sale scheduled for Tuesday. Proceeds will be used to pay off bond anticipation notes that were sold last year and this year.

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