New York Gov. David Paterson has long railed against deficit borrowing to help the state out of its fiscal mess, but such a plan could be under discussion, the governor said yesterday.

Lieut. Gov. Richard Ravitch has been working on a four-year financial plan for the state that a published report said could include an option to sell deficit bonds through the state’s public authorities.

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