New York City comptroller candidate Alan G. Hevesi yesterday called on incumbent Elizabeth Holtzman and fellow candidate Herman Badillo to limit campaign contributions from Wall Street firms hired to underwrite city bonds.

Hevesi, a state assemblyman from Queens, made the announcement at City Hall only a day after Badillo criticized Holtzman for falling to address the city's budget problems and her failure to develop an alternative to Mayor David N. Dinkins' plan to close a $2.1 billion budget gap.

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