New York's highest court yesterday affirmed the comptroller's authority over the state's multibillion-dollar pension fund system.

The unanimous decision by the state Court of Appeals affirms a lower court ruling, which said the state Legislature acted unconstitutionally in 1990 when it changed the way the state made payments to the pension fund, moving to the projected unit cost system from the aggregate cost system.

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