CHICAGO -- Negotiations on eliminating a projected $520 million deficit in Ohio's fiscal year 1993 budget ended without agreement between the governor and legislators last week, paving the way for an executive order on Wednesday to cut $370 million from the budget.

Jenny Camper, a spokeswoman for Gov. George V. Voinovich, said the door was still open to further negotiations with the legislature even though the administration is preparing to proceed with the cuts.

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