The management of the New York Workers’ Compensation Board was in an unsettled state yesterday after the legislature adjourned without approving Republican Gov. George Pataki’s choice of chairman.

Mr. Pataki had submitted Richard Bell, the board’s chief executive, for the group’s chairmanship. When that nomination failed to move, his name was resubmitted for a commissioner’s post, which was approved.

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