A New York State Supreme Court judge yesterday temporarily blocked the state's multibillion-dollar, plans to finance its transportation needs in a case that could settle the legality of New York's bonding practices.

Albany Supreme Court Justice Lawrence E. Kahn issued a temporary restraining order against the state, the Thruway Authority, and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in reaction to a lawsuit filed by Robert L. Schulz, president of the All-County Taxpayers Association.

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