New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer said Friday the budget agreement he has negotiated with the state Legislature does not contain money for the judicial pay raises he proposed in January, nor allow for the creation of a commission proposed by Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye to set future judicial salary increases.

“There is no judicial pay raise,” Spitzer told reporters as he gave more details about what is in the $121 billion budget for fiscal year 2007-08. “I wish there were.”

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