New York State Governor-elect George Pataki is expressing doubts about the debt reform plan advocated by his former adversary, lame-duck Gov. Mario M. Cuomo.

Pataki, who defeated Cuomo in last month's gubernatorial election, said he has "reservations" about the plan, passed last year by the state legislature after intense lobbying by the Cuomo and his Democratic Party running mate, state Comptroller H. Carl McCall.

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