WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives yesterday overwhelmingly approved a $700 million appropriations bill for the District of Columbia, including a record federal payment of $630.5 million to the city.

But the 1992 fiscal year appropriation, approved by a 300-to-123 vote, does not include language authorizing the city's plan to issue $332 million of general obligation bonds to eliminate the district's accumulated deficit.

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