The New York State Court of Appeals yesterday underscored the constitutionality of the state's borrowing practices, ruling against a taxpayer activist who charged that the governor's multibillion dollar transportation bonding program is illegal.

In a unanimous decision, the Court of Appeals sided with the state's two lower courts, ruling that a 1993 law authorizing the sale of transportation debt does not violate the state constitution's voter approval clause.

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