New Jersey, which last year outlawed most negotiated bond sales, may be having a change of heart.

An advisory panel appointed by Gov. Christine Todd Whitman yesterday recommended that the state adopt a debt-issuing policy that lays out guidelines for when to use negotiated sales and when competitive issues are appropriate.

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