WASHINGTON -- The Senate is expected to give final approval to President Clinton's $1.5 trillion fiscal 1995 budget as early as Wednesday, one week after the House approved the compromise budget plan.

The compromise includes $13 billion more in spending cuts over five years than either Clinton or congressional leaders originally proposed. The cuts came after House and Senate conferees split the difference between the Senate's plan for $26.1 billion in additional cuts and the House version, which followed Clinton's spending plan.

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