LOS ANGELES - California lawmakers and Gov. Pete Wilson reached a budget accord early Wednesday morning, breaking the state's longest budget stalemate and allowing the sale today of an interim note issue of about $3.3 billion.

Gov. Wilson signed the $57.5 billion budget package, which includes $40.8 billion of projected general fund spending in fiscal 1993, after the Legislature approved a compromise spending plan for education and other budget-related bills designed to bridge the state's $10.7 billion gap.

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