The two candidates for New York State comptroller, who are locked in a bitter campaign for the state's second highest elective office, appear to agree on one thing: the need to toughen the state's debt reform plan.

During a debate yesterday sponsored by the Citizens Budget Commission, incumbent H. Carl McCall and challenger Herbert London traded shots on a number of key fiscal issues.

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