CHICAGO - Gov. Jim Edgar of Illinois signed into law yesterday the remainder of the state's $28.4 billion fiscal 1993 all funds budget, but only after he had vetoed $30 million of appropriations, including funding for tax increment financing districts, to bring the budget into balance.

On Wednesday, the governor signed legislation for a one-year $1.4 billion Medicaid assessment program that was a key element of the budget passed by the Illinois General Assembly on July 2.

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