Republican members of the New York State Assembly have fired the latest salvo in a debate over Gov. Mario M. Cuomo's $800 million jobs-creating bond act.

In a letter to state Comptroller Edward V. Regan, a Republican, Assembly minority leader Clarence D. Rappleyea writes that "fundamental fiscal reforms are essential" before the lawmakers in the Assembly can support the bond act, which will appear on the November ballot for voter approval.

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