New York City Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman recently blamed the state Legislature for failing to approve three bills worth $41 million to the city in fiscal 1994.

One proposal, supported by Holtzman, would have allowed the city to merge parts of the police and fire pension funds. This proposal, Holtzman said in a press release, would have saved the city $20 million in fiscal 1994.

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