New York Gov. David Paterson yesterday proposed spending cuts and revenue-raising measures to close a $3 billion gap in the current fiscal year.

Most of the closing would come from $1.8 billion of spending cuts — including large cuts to education and Medicaid — but would also include some measures that rely on bond transactions. He said he would not consider tax hikes.

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