ALBANY, N.Y. — Apparel manufacturers and contractors that were severely affected by the terrorist attacks in New York will be given preferential treatment in bidding for clothing contracts with New York state under a bill that is now before Gov. George E. Pataki, after passing both houses of the legislature.

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, a Democrat whose district encompasses the former World Trade Center site, strongly supports the measure.

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