The Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court yesterday reversed a lower court's ruling that the state's March sale of $531 million of deficit notes was unconstitutional.

In a unanimous vote, the four-judge appellate division panel overturned an April decision by state Supreme Court Judge Lawrence E. Kahn of Albany County declaring the sale of tax and revenue anticipation notes unconstitutional.

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