New York’s practice of delaying payments to local governments and school districts to manage its cash-flow difficulties is causing headaches for aid recipients, who have responded with a variety of financial gymnastics.

The problems of the cash-strapped state have been exacerbated by a late budget. Some aid recipients have responded by increasing their borrowing from other sources and have even begun talking about feeing the state for tardy payments.

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