New York Insurance Superintendent Howard Mills, who was takingcampaign contributions without being a candidate for any office,has been told by Gov. George Pataki to halt the practice.

The actions of the Republican appointee also drew criticism froma Democratic assemblyman, who called them “atrocious.”

Mr. Mills, while halting his fundraising, defended the practicetoday a perfectly legal.

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