BRADENTON, Fla. - Tennessee will conduct a comprehensive review of a program required by state law that is designed to educate cities and counties about using derivatives such as swaps and forward-starting purchase agreements, the state's new comptroller said Tuesday.

Comptroller Justin Wilson, who took office on Jan. 15, said he was already reviewing the state-mandated derivatives program when it became the centerpiece of a New York Times article last week.

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