Moody's Investors Service yesterday cut Nassau County, N.Y.'s general obligation bond rating to its lowest investment grade category, citing a political impasse that has stymied a proposed deficit-reduction plan.

The agency slashed Nassau's bond grade two notches, to Baa from A, on the eve of competitive $103 million general obligation issue the county plans for today to pay down bond anticipation notes sold over the past years.

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