New York City and New York State officials traded barbs yesterday over additional bond financing for the new Yankee Stadium that is set to open later this year.

City Comptroller William Thompson Jr. launched a blistering attack against the administration of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's handling of the financing and said he would vote against issuing additional bonds for the stadium unless the vote were postponed and the city worked out a better deal with the Major League Baseball franchise. A Bloomberg spokesman responded by questioning Thompson's motives for criticizing the deal.

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