New York State Comptroller Edward V. Regan said he is reviewing what steps can be taken to provide immediate public disclosure of borrowings done by state bonding authorities.

Regan, speaking on Monday at a luncheon address in Albany to representatives of small city school districts, said his office will now be "reviewing all proposed future borrowings with an eye toward slowing down the [borrowing] process -- providing it does not jeopardize vital state functions -- until borrowing reforms are in place," according to a press release from his office.

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