New York State Comptroller Edward V. Regan announced yesterday he will actively campaign against Gov. Mario M. Cuomo's $800 million jobs-creating bond act.

The comptroller said he supports the act in principle, but will fight it in order to force the governor and the legislature to accept his proposal for a limit on state borrowing. A spokesman for the governor dismissed Mr. Regan's announcement as "nothing more than a public relations stunts."

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